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Designer name: Gagnere, Olivier
  1952 -
Olivier Gagnere (Paris France, 1952) is living and working in Paris. In the eighties he met Ettore Sottsass and had a collaboration with the Memphis Group in italia. His encounter with the master crafstmen of Murano glassware as well as with the french master crafstmen will be of a definitive importance in his course of creation. Together with their ancestral knowledge, he created new shapes. This unique pieces of art are very quickly displayed at the Maeght Galery in Paris. In 1992 he started to work for Bernardaud for which he designed a full set of cups, plates and table ware as well as the complete interior decoration of tea rooms located in Paris and New York. In 1994 he had the charge of the design for all the furniture and luminaries for the 'Café Marly' at the Louvre museum in Paris. In 1995 he created glasses and luminaries for the 'Saint louis' cristal ware manufacture; In the meantime he started his collaboration with Edition Limitée. He also designed lighting fixtures for Bernardaud, Neotu and Veronese Paris


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