With Marie-Ange Brayer, head of the design and industrial prospective service and wuth Michel Antonpietri, assistant to the director of mediation and cultural programming
February 15, 2022
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The Louvre Museum has entrusted the designer Martin Szekely with the creation of furniture for its rooms. Made of light oak, these sober and elegant seats, benches, and standing seats are designed for the comfort of receptionists, security guards, and visitors. Following in the footsteps of Pierre Paulin, Charlotte Perriand, and Jean-Michel Wilmotte, Martin Szekely has designed furniture that combines ergonomics, durability, and timelessness, a sign of the Louvre's ever-fecund link with contemporary creation.