This furniture is produced and edited by Paulin Paulin Paulin, handled by the son and widow of Pierre Paulin with the technical help of the former assistants of the designer, who focused on Pierre Paulin's ambitious projects which were never edited or never produced during his life.
This carpet was originally designed after a a mineral garden. Paulin's project competed against Daniel Buren's Columns for the development of the Palais Royal gardens in Paris in the early 1980s. Paulin lost this competition but kept the idea of a 'French garden' to design a series of 7 carpets commissioned in 1985 by the french Ministry of Culture for the Economic and Social Council at Palais d'Iena, built by the architect Auguste Perret. They are in the collection of the French Mobilier National. Editions Paulin, Paulin, Paulin, 2015

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Founded in Paris in 1990 by Emmanuel Perrotin, then 21 years old, the gallery has become one of the most
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