This drawer table is one of a furniture series designed by Pierre Paulin. It was originally designed in 1953 and revived in 2018 adding improvements based on the original by Metrocs with his foundation. As opposed to the organic designs which symbolized the 1960s, it features a minimal design based around the straight lines seen in Pierre Paulin’s early works that also aims for functionality. The light and calm appearance goes well with a variety of interiors and projects and air of high quality. This multi-purpose table with storage makes perfect bedside or couch-side.
Pierre Paulin [1927-2009]
Born in Paris, France. Pierre Paulin studied furniture design at the ?cole Camondo in Paris. In the 50s, he stood out as a designer by presenting many creations from French furniture brands. In the 60s, he presented a series of masterpieces such as the “Ribbon Chair” and the “Tongue Chair” that contributed to the establishment of the brand Artifort in Holland. Winning awards such as the International Industrial Design Award in 1987 and the U.K. Royal Designer for Industry Award in 2009, he is one of France’s representative designers.
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