Pierre Guariche (1926-1995) is one of the first great French designers and decorators. In fact, today we no longer count the number of his installations, whether in public or private spaces.
Graduated from the Ecole Nationale des Arts Décoratifs in 1949, he immediately began a distinguished career and, with the arrival of new materials at the end of the war, participated in the creation of the Atelier de recherches plastiques (ARP) with Michel Mortier and Jospeh André Motte.
His lighting Cerf-volant earned him a place in Pierre Disderot's collection in 1950. 15 years later, he received the René Gabriel prize. Involved in the creation of the Le Corbusier spaces in Firminy, he designed the furniture.
ARP, Pierre Guariche, Joseph-André Motte Michel Mortier