Author : Chloé Braunstein-Kriegel
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- 21,7 cm × 28,7 cm × 4,0 cm
Rena Dumas (1937-2009) developed a subtle and demanding architectural style, which allowed him to assert his signature in his many creations for Hermès, Artémis, Christie's, John Lobb or Yves Saint Laurent ... His sensitive approach to l space, like its quest for natural light, notably accompanied the birth of the Hermès Ginza house in Tokyo, carried out in collaboration with the architect Renzo Piano, as well as all Hermès houses and stores around the world since the 1980s.
His research on materials and colors fed his passion for design, from the tableware to the timeless collection of Pippa nomadic furniture. More than 400 documents, photographs, plans and drawings allow us to look back on thirty-five years of creation and testify to the talent of the one who advanced out of fashion.