(Born August 9, 1878 in Enniscorthy; † October 31, 1976) was an Irish interior architect and designer. It is among the most important designers of the 20th century. In 1972 she was appointed by the Royal Society of Art in London for "Royal Designer to Industry". The Museum of Modern Art in New York took its Adjustable Table E 1027 on in his collection. Eileen Gray has designer furniture created following milestones: Adjustable Table E 1027 cocktail table, Tubelight, Daybed Roquebrune, Bibendum Armchair
(* 9. August 1878 in Enniscorthy; † 31. Oktober 1976) was an Irish interior designer and designer. She is one of the most important designers of the 20th century. In 1972, she was named "Royal Designer to Industry" by the Royal Society of Art in London. New York's Museum of Modern Art included its Adjustable Table E 1027 in its collection.
Eileen Gray has created milestones for the following designer furniture:
Adjustable Table E 1027 Side Table, Tubelight, Daybed Roquebrune, Bibendum Armchair
Adjustable table E 1027 by the Bauhaus designer Eileen Gray 1927 is the right choice if you want to take breakfast in bed. For this purpose it is actually designed. By the construction the table may be adjusted in height. This Bauhaus classics table can equally be used as a side table. with another furniture.
Armchair Bibendum was designed by famous Bauhaus designer Eileen Gray in 1927 for the apartment of Susanne Talbot in Paris. The frame is made of solid wood, the leather upholstery in all leathers. The base is in chromed steel tube. He has been awarded directly to the Bauhaus classics. The armchair impressed by its high quality workmanship and exclusivity.
Chair Non-Conformist by Eileen Gray presents a Bauhaus icon in typical understatement: An armrest was omitted in order to leave the body more freedom of movement and to allow themselves to bend forward or to turn fully to the other side. And she called it Non-Conformist.
The designer Eileen Gray was famous with her functional furniture which became a Bauhaus classics. Also this table called 'The Occasional' - you can easily put anywhere you need it. It is just alike the Adjustable Table E 1027, designed so that you can use it versatile.
This Bauhaus devider screen - Paravan, was designed in 1922 by the famous designer Eileen Gray. The partition was a perfect fit in the Bauhaus period and enjoyed a high popularity. It was created by wooden panels, in polyester high gloss finished.
The famouse Bauhaus lamp 'Tube Light' was designed in 1927 by Eileen Gray.Because of its timeless beauty is the lamp still one of the most popular lamps wich suits the Bauhaus furniture. The lamp was promoted by the minimalist design of the Bauhaus time.
Roquebrun chair by Bauhaus designer Eileen Gray 1926-29 was made under influence of the French architect Jean Badovic. Afer than followed the famous furniture like the cocktail tables E 1027 and many others designed by Eileen Gray. All these furniture belong to the classics of the Bauhaus age.
Cocktail table by Eileen Gray was called the Occasional. You can lift and put it anywhere you need it. It is designed just like the Glaastisch E 1027 Adjustable, so that you can put the table base under the bed and enjoy your breakfast within easy reach.
Day bed Roquebrune created by Bauhaus designer Eileen Gray 1925 for the apartment of Madame Talbot in Paris. The chrome plated tubular steel frame and leather upholstery combine to cool a classic Bauhaus image. Nevertheless, the day bed is very comfortable particularly in the loft as well as in smaller rooms.
Folding table Jean by Bauhaus designer Eileen Gray received its name by Jean Badovic the friend of her. The table can be used as a writting desk or dining table and when few pushed together, could be used for large receptions. It is light but very stable.
Lota Bauhaus sofa by famous designer Eileen Gray with cushions filled with natural down which ensure a maximum comfort. The removable side boxes with flaps are mounted on rollers and coated with piano lacquer. Upholstery is available in different high qualities leather or fabric. This sofa of Bauhaus history fits in any sophisticated living room.
Monte Carlo Sofa designed by Eileen Gray in 1929 is a true classic of the Bauhaus age. Its extravagant form provides always a high interest. Public institutions as well as the living rooms and hotel lobbies get through Monte Carlo sofas a special touch of sophistication and exclusivity.