1878 (Ireland) -1976 (France)
Irish born, Kathleen Eileen Moray Gray was a furniture designer, architect and pioneer of the modern movement. Considering the era she lived in, this was a quite an accomplishment for a woman in a very male dominated industry. Gray was a great admirer of Charles Le Corbusier and his influences can be seen in her self-built French summerhouse, which was also named E1027.
Taking up the essential components of Eileen Gray's bed, our Nappy "sleeping sofa" is the ideal piece to elegantly furnish a large area. Its aesthetic and timeless graphic lines, its premium leather padded seat and its tubular steel base make the Nappy bed a piece of furniture in keeping with the modernist movement: simple, durable, functional, but also full of character. In short, 'Bold'!
Beautifully inspired by teh iconic Eileen Gray's adjustable table E1027, our Grayce side table is the chic and retro touch that will bring style to your interior. Designed in chrome-plated stainless steel and tempered glass, it is a simple but elegant design piece of which you will appreciate the neat finishes and the amazing functionality: perfectly proportioned and very stylish, adjustable in height and easy to move, it is a small table of great modernity that will give you complete satisfaction wherever it is installed, from the living room to the bedroom!
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