Pierre Paulin

The pieces of the designer Pierre Paulin (1927-2009) are now in the pantheon of iconic furniture of the 20th century. If Pierre Paulin, following the model of his uncle Georges Paulin, had first dedicated himself to sculpture, it is at the Camondo School that he made his first steps at just 20 years. After graduating three years later with a degree in design, he really took off in the early 1960s by working with the publishing house Artifort, whose great innovation consisted of combining foam and stretch fabric to create contemporary and colorful furniture that was in tune with the spirit of the times.

Mushroom, Tongue chair, Ribbon Chair, Déclive, Pumpkin sofa, Osaka Sofa, ABCD Armchair, Tulip Armchair, etc.

Vintage furniture and creations of Pierre Paulin for sale on Flea Market Paris
Oak and metal desk attributed to Pierre Paulin, 1950's
Mushroom armchair attributed to Pierre Paulin
Pierre Paulin, Pair of armchairs Mushroom, 1970’s