E1027 table by Eileen Gray

Eileen Gray was "disappointed that she was forgotten" - Zeev Aram

Villa E 1027 -  Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, sur la Côte d’Azur face à Monaco que l'Irlandaise Eileen Gray débute la construction d'une villa en 1926, destinée à son compagnon l’architecte et critique d'art Jean Badovici. « E pour Eileen, 10 du J de Jean, 2 du B de Badovici, 7 du G de Gray », le nom de la villa imbrique leurs initiales. Pourtant, les amants n'y vécurent pas longtemps ensemble, se séparant en 1932. Jean Badovici restera propriétaire de la Villa jusqu'à sa mort en 1956.

Eileen Gray villa E-1027 : la célèbre villa d'Eileen Gray renaît sur un site architectural historique - Elle Décoration

Exterior view of the restored Villa Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, built in photographed in Photograph: Manuel Bougot

Eileen Gray and her design classics: Lounge chair Bibendum with TubeLight E1027 and adjustable table E1027, 1920s

table by Eileen Gray .Eileen Gray and her design classics: Lounge chair Bibendum with TubeLight and adjustable table

Restauration of Villa E 1027 by Eileen Gray. Photo by Bernard Touillon | Yellowtrace

Restoration of Villa E-1027 by Eileen Gray

Eileen Gray's living room in e1027, Roquebrune-Cap Martin, 1926-1929 (Photo from L’Architecture Vivante, c. 1929)

Eileen Gray’s living room in Roquebrune-Cap Martin, (Photo from L’Architecture Vivante, c.

Lacquered "Bricked screens" First commission of Interior Design 1919 The fixed and moveable panels are lacquered by hand layer upon layer in a process that takes several weeks, each layer first allowed to dry completely, then sanded by hand and finally polished to an immaculate sheen.

EILEEN GRAY, Brick screen, designed Material lacquered wood, steel and bronze. Re-production by Aram.

Eileen Gray, gained notoriety through her domestic lacquer wares and she was soon being offered interior design commissions by wealthy patrons.

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Eileen Gray (Irish born gained notoriety through her domestic lacquer wares and she was soon being offered interior design commissions by wealthy patrons.

Eileen Gray; Cork and Blond Mahogany Screen, 1960.

Screens are the perfect creators! one Eileen Gray; Cork and Blond Mahogany Screen,

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