Eugène Gaillard

French art nouveau industrial designer, architect and advocate of modern design / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Eugène Gaillard (1862–1933) was a French art nouveau industrial designer, architect and advocate of modern design.[1] Gaillard abandoned a career in law for that of interior design and decoration. He was employed for some time by Siegfried Bing along with Georges de Feure and Edouard Colonna to work on his pavilion at the 1900 Paris Universal Exposition.[2]

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Dining-room vitrine, designed by Eugene Gaillard, Paris, 1899-1900

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