Eileen Gray style lacquer bench curve. Curved plywood frame, lacquer finishings. Sea fastening system. This model of bench is available in various dimensions and bespoke finishings.


The Irish architect and designer Eileen Gray studied the art of Japanese lacquer working in Paris with Seizo Sugarawa. Sugarawa was a Japanese artisan who had come to Paris to repair lacquer work exhibited in the Exposition Universelle of 1900. Gray became one of the first Westerners to work with true East Asian lacquer. She applied the traditional technique to her own contemporary furniture designs. Eileen Gray created then some among the very best pieces of furniture of the Art Deco period.

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Vosges designs and fabricates bespoke lacquer chairs, furniture, screens and tables. We are inspired by Neo-classicismArt Deco or Modernist styles. We craft all our pieces upon order. As a result, our design team can adapt our models to your requested dimensions and finishings. Vosges furthermore designs and fabricates any piece from your own drawings or images. In addition, we provides shop drawings and samples of finishing for your approval.

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Source: Wikipedia

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