Pierre Guariche (Paris, 1926 - Bandol, 1995) was a French interior designer, member of the Modern Artist Union (UAM). After graduating from ENSAD (École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris) in 1949 where he used to rub shoulders with René Gabriel, he started an internship at Marcel Gascoin.

He developed from 1953 to 1957 his plastic art research workshop, with Michel Mortier and Joseph-André Motte. From 1957, he became the supervisor of the furniture division for the Belgium Company Meurop and continued on his own his researches.

Before that, it was the Mai Gallery that produced and edited his first pieces of furniture, followed by the publishers: Airborne, Disderot, Meubles TV, Huchers-Minvielle, Luminalite and Steiner. At the height of his career, he would sometime take on the role of the architect, as for his villa in Rue Dombasle in Paris, or for ski stations: La Plagne, Courchevel and Val d'Isère.

In 1965, he received the René Gabriel prize. The Pascal Cuisinier Gallery, specialized in this generation of the first French designers of whom Pierre Guariche is part of, will organize an important exhibition in 2012 “Pierre Guariche, creator of light: 1950-1959”, gathering all his lights.
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Rare paire de chaises tulipe

Pierre Guariche

Design - 72 x 46 x 48 cm Design - 28.3 x 18.1 x 18.9 inch


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The year of birth of the artist is: 1926