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Eileen Gray side table.    Designed in 1927 as a bedside table for the guest room in E-1027, the home she designed for herself (and Jean Badovici) in Cap Martin, France, the asymmetry of this piece is characteristic of her "non-conformist" design style in her architectural projects and furniture. Notably, this piece also has specific utility, as it can be adjusted such that one can eat breakfast in bed on it. Gray's sister had requested such accommodation during her visits to E-1027.

Eileen Gray side table designed in 1927 as a bedside table for herself. This asymmetrical design highlights her non-conformist style of work.

E1027 table by Eileen Gray

Eileen Gray was "disappointed that she was forgotten" - Zeev Aram

Petite Coiffeuse by Eileen Gray

This is a practical side table called Petite Coiffeuse. Eileen Gray designed it for her summer house. It has drawers on the side and is easily accessible.

Eileen Gray designed her Non-Conformist Chair between 1925 and 1929. Beautiful items like this will always be worth the money invested in them.

Eileen Gray Non Conformist Chair

Eileen Gray designed her Non-Conformist Chair between 1925 and Beautiful items like this will always be worth the money invested in them.

Eileen Gray, architect and designer (1878-1976) Read more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eileen_Gray

Eileen Gray, une icône à Paris

Portrait of designer Eileen Gray, Paris, 1926 // © Berenice Abbott.

Eileen Gray - Adjustable Table 1926-1929. Note the open arc base to pull table up without interference of sofa or chair leg.

Eileen Gray - Adjustable Table Note the open arc base to pull table up without interference of sofa or chair leg.

Eileen Gray Black Steel Adjustable End Table | From a unique collection of antique and modern end tables at https://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/tables/end-tables/

Eileen Gray Black Steel Adjustable End Table

Eileen Gray Black Steel Adjustable End Table With Original Factory Painted S…

The Transat Chair was used as a deck chair at the famous Villa E 1027 at Roquebrune Menton. It was originally registered under the name "Transat" by Eileen Gray and Jean Badovici in 1927.

Eileen Gray Transat Chair

The Eileen Gray Transat Chair was originally used as a deck chair at her Villa E Roquebrune Menton.

Eileen Gray architect cabinet, Irish designer and architect

EileenGray’s 1924 Sycamore Architect’s Cabinet for architect Henri Pacon shows the influence of Dutch design Architect's cabinet, ca 1925

Eileen Gray Menton Table

Eileen Gray Menton Table - Table can be pivoted to two different heights. Table-top: linoleum surface, black on one side and grey on the other, with solid beech wood edging.

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