Since 1974, Jean-Michel Wilmotte's creations have had a profound impact on design; as he himself said, "Design, interior architecture, furniture creation was for me a way of doing architecture...".
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|Number of pages||720|
|Language||Bilingue Français / English|
|Dimensions||280 x 240|
|Technique(s)||Colour illustrations: 1500|
Jean-Michel Wilmotte's unique adventure began in the mid-1970s and continues to this day with undisputed relevance.
This catalogue raisonné, which includes examples of around 1,500 objects and covers a time span of almost fifty years, documents Wilmotte's lifelong commitment to design and his strong attention to detail in all activities.
Introduced by an extensive historical-critical essay by Anne Bony on Wilmotte's work and a conversation between the author and the designer, the volume traces Wilmotte's entire production through four sections: Balance; Tension-Movement; Rhythm; Detail.
This is followed by an extensive section of historical images and the catalogue raisonné of objects that provides a comprehensive analysis of Wilmotte's work as a designer.
Jean-Michel Wilmotte is an architect, urban planner and designer, a member of the French Academy of Fine Arts since 2015.
Born in 1948 in Soissons (France), he graduated in interior architecture from the Camondo School (Paris) before founding his agency Wilmotte & Associés in 1975 in Paris. Today, his architecture and design studio Wilmotte & Industries brings together 280 architects, urban planners, designers, museographers and interior designers from 31 different nationalities.
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