Eileen Gray, by Constant, Caroline
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- ISBN: 9780714839059 | 0714839051
- Cover: Hardcover
- Copyright: 1/10/2000
In 1926, along with Jean Badovici, Eileen Gray decided to build a house at Roquebrune in the French Riviera-named E-1027-for which she designed many of her most famous pieces of furniture. In 1937, at the request of Le Corbusier, she exhibited a model for a vacation center at the World's Fair. In 1972 she was the subject of a major retrospective in London, and four years later she died in Paris.