Opening this past November, and running through the month of February, Parisians and the city’s visitors alike will be treated to a unique and timely show at Hôtel de Ville, the metropolis’ acclaimed city hall. Innovative, self-taught, and celebrating her 85th birthday, famed French interior designer Andrée Putman’s career is now on display in the city’s central building, with interiors spanning a spectacular six-decade career co-opting its halls and walls.
For more information on Putman and an interview with her daughter, and curator of this impressive show, visit ArtInfo.
Canapé Crescent Moon
Guerlain, Champs-Élysées, Paris, 2005
Salle de bains de l’hôtel Morgans, 1984