Jean Royère furniture at Galerie Patrick Seguin in London

When: 25 February – 26 April 2016

Where: Galerie Patrick Seguin, 45-47 Brook Street, London

Opening hours: From Thursday, 25th February, 5-8pm


Galerie Patrick Seguin is dedicating a show entirely to French designer Jean Royère. There will be 16 pieces on display that have never before been shown in London.

Royère became a leading figure in French design from his very first garden furniture project in 1931 to his retirement in 1972.

Royère was a self-taught designer, known for his craftsmanship and fascination with organic shapes and unconventional colours. He invented a décor that was sophisticated yet comfortable, intended for effortless, elegant and somewhat quirky modern living.

Here’s a little taster of what you can expect to see:


Elephanteau armchair, 1947.


A pair of 5 branched ‘Jacques’ wall lamps, 1948. Photo (c) Hervé Lewandowski


Oak desk, c1949.


‘Croisillon’ armchair, c1950.


A pair of blue ‘Croisillon’ chairs, c1950.


Metal and brass wall lamp, c1950.


‘Tour Eiffel’ table, c1963.

About the Galerie Patrick Seguin – Paris & London

Founded in 1989, Galerie Patrick Seguin is located in Paris’ Bastille district in a 300sqm space, renovated by Jean Nouvel, a 2008 Pritzker Prize winner. The gallery specializes in showcasing the designs of Jean Prouvé, Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret, Le Corbusier, and Jean Royère.

In October 2015, Galerie Patrick Seguin opened a second space in Mayfair, London.

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