[automatically translated] Enigmatic figure of the Modern Movement, Eileen Gray is best known for his work as a designer rather than that of an architect, even though one of its projects, the E.1027, has been the subject of numerous studies. His figure, remained in oblivion for more than thirty years, it is one of the most interesting with regard to the production of objects but his work as a designer is certainly one that can provide a more complete picture of the whole thought. The drawings of his designs ever produced, stored in the archives of the Victoria & Albert Museum in London and reproduced here, bear witness to the vitality and modernity of his thought. This publication, as well as offering an additional graphics support to scholars and critics, attempt to bring order to what has already been written by adding "
|Number of pages||300|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|