Selected Works

Installation view, booth design by Claudia Dias, photo credit Markus Haugg
Installation view, booth design by Claudia Dias, photo credit Markus Haugg
Installation view, booth design by Claudia Dias, photo credit Markus Haugg
Installation view, booth design by Claudia Dias, photo credit Markus Haugg
Installation view, booth design by Claudia Dias, photo credit Markus Haugg
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For Design Miami 2012, Demisch Danant will present the first show focused entirely on the works of French designer Pierre Guariche (1926 
-1995). Displayed in two sections, this exhibition will present rare and significant works of 1950-1955 and 1958-1962, to highlight two distinct periods of the designer’s illustrious career.

Pierre Guariche was a designer and architect 
working in France in the 1950s and 60s and emerged as part of a younger generation of designers interested in exploring the potential of industrial production. Guariche produced a prolific amount of furniture and lighting in conjunction with his architectural designs, in an effort to craft a total living environment based on a distinctively modern aesthetic. He is widely renowned for his commissions of the 1950s, including a collection of lighting designed for Disderot, and for the iconic “Tonneau Chair” designed for Steiner in 1954. 


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