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Mallet-Stevens, Maison rue MS à Paris, Germaine Krull, 1931

Rob. Mallet-Stevens, architecte à Paris. Vestibule de 1'hótel de Madame M. S. à Paris. France. Détails d'architecture intérieure /Présenté par A. Novi. Paris: Charles Moreau, 1929. (L’Art International d’Aujourd’hui, 5)

Rob. Mallet-Stevens, architecte à Paris. Vestibule de 1'hótel de Madame M. S. à Paris. France. Détails d'architecture intérieure /Présenté par A. Novi. Paris: Charles Moreau, 1929. (L’Art International d’Aujourd’hui, 5)

Rob. Mallet-Stevens,  architecte à Paris. Détails du hall de l'hôtel de Madame M. S. à Paris. France. Détails d'architecture intérieure /Présenté par A. Novi. Paris: Charles Moreau, 1929. (L’Art International d’Aujourd’hui, 5)

Two Interiors, Robert Mallet-Stevens * Mallet-Stevens’ approach to design was strongly Modernist, as can be seen by his contributions to the 1925 Paris Exposition. Later, he even criticized the French.

Top photo by Jacques Dirand. Photo above by Man Ray.  In another bedroom at Villa Noailles curves take precedence, from the globe ceiling fixture to the rounded forms of the furnishings, to the swirling pattern of the carpet. Every room has an identical clock designed by Francis Jourdain driven by a single central mechanism.

Top photo by Jacques Dirand. Photo above by Man Ray. In another bedroom at Villa Noailles curves take precedence, from the globe ceiling fixture to the rounded forms of the furnishings, to the swirling pattern of the carpet. Every room has an identical clock designed by Francis Jourdain driven by a single central mechanism.

1929_ tamara de lempicka atelier dessiné par l’architecte Robert Mallet-Stevens

Tamara de Lempicka’s studio on the rue Méchain designed by Robert Mallet-Stevens, early furniture by Rene Herbst (via Emily Evans Eerdmans: Lady of Style: Tamara de Lempicka)

Progressive by nature: The director of modernist Villa Noailles, Jean-Pierre Blanc on supporting the arts and developing a remote wonder spot — Freunde von Freunden

Robert Mallet-Stevens-inspired modernist property in Suresnes, near Paris, France

On the market: Robert Mallet-Stevens-inspired modernist property in Suresnes, near Paris, France

1998 Robert Mallet-Stevens-inspired modernist property in Suresnes, near Paris, France

Robert Mallet-Stevens and Fernand Léger, modernist set designs for the film L’Inhumaine (1924) de Marcel L'herbier

Robert Mallet-Stevens and Fernand Léger, modernist set designs for the film L’Inhumaine de Marcel L'herbier

robert mallet-stevens architecte / villa cavrois, croix

robert mallet-stevens architecte / villa cavrois, croix

Atelier Mallet Stevens

Atelier Mallet Stevens

Listed 1920s Robert Mallet-Stevens-designed art deco Villa Poiret property in Île-de-France, near Paris, France

On the market: Listed 1920s Robert Mallet-Stevens-designed art deco Villa Poiret property in Île-de-France, near Paris, France

On the market: Listed Robert Mallet-Stevens-designed art deco Villa Poiret property in Île-de-France, near Paris, France - WowHaus

Villa Cavrois interior Robert Mallet-Stevens, 1929–1932

Villa Cavrois interior Robert Mallet-Stevens, 1929–1932

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Vista de la biblioteca, Casa Barragán, calle General F Ramírez, Tacubaya, México DF 1948   Arq. Luis Barragán   Foto. Alexandre Georges -  View of the library, Casa Barraga, calle Gen. F. Ramirez, Tacubaya, Mexico City 1948

View of the library, Barraga House, Gen.

À côté de Roubaix, la Villa Cavroix de Robert Mallet-Stevens s’ouvre au public, après un long chantier assuré par le Centre des monuments nationaux. © Robert Mallet-Stevens – ADAGP © Didier Plowy – CMN

La Villa Cavrois renaît de ses cendres

Villa Cavrois rises from the ashes.

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