L'œuvre Chaise Bellevue - Centre Pompidou

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Chaise Bellevue

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André Bloc (1896 - 1966)

Chaise Bellevue

1951

Coloris: rouge grenat

82 x 39,5 x 48 cm

(Galerie M.A.I.)

Prototype

Conçu spécialement pour sa maison Bellevue à Meudon

Don Natalie et Léon Seroussi, 1996

Numéro d'inventaire : AM 1996-1-14

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Description for the presentation 2015-2016 in the National Museum of Modern Art

Engineer, architect, artist, and publisher of art and architecture magazines, in 1951 André Bloc was one of the founders of the Espace group, which championed a new spatial conception of the unity of the arts. André Bloc designed a number of objects, most of which remained at the prototype stage. At his house at Meudon, a test-bed for experiment in uniting art, design and architecture, he conceived the storage units as integral elements of the building. The organic and dynamic forms of the Bellevue chair, also designed for Meudon, show the influence of Scandinavian design, and of Alvar Aalt...

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