Classic furniture by Eileen Gray
Eileen Gray was one of the most important designers and architects of the early 20th century. The architect, with Irish-Scottish roots, first gained recognition by the design of decorative panels and lacquer walls. To this day it is regarded as the epitome of modernity with its concept of living, its architecture and design theories. She joins the ranks of the great designers such as Marcel Breuer, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier. At that time, their furniture designs made of tubular steel were forward-looking and today are real classics. 1972 culminated in her career with the "Royal Designer to Industry" award from the Royal Society of Art.
Your most famous furniture designs have been produced by ClassiCon in reeditions for 50 years. The table Adjustable Table E.1027 is one of the most copied designs of classical modernism and was added to the design collection by the New York Museum of Modern Art in 1978.