Rena Dumas: An Interior Architect
Interior architect, designer, and founder of the agency RDAI, Rena Dumas (1937-2009) developed an architectural style that was subtle and meticulous, with which she marked her many creations for clients that included Hermes, Artemis, Christie's, John Lobb and Yves Saint Laurent. Her sensitive approach to space, along with her love for natural light, are evident in the Maison Hermes Ginza in Tokyo, designed in collaboration with the architect Renzo Piano, as well as in all Hermes's maisons and stores around the world since the 1980s. Her studies of materials and colours nourished her passion for design, from tableware to 'Pippa', her timeless collection of nomadic furniture. This detailed monograph, including over 400 documents, photographs, plans and drawings, traces her 55 years of creating, reflecting a talent that transcended fashion.
AUTHOR: Chloe Braunstein-Kriegel, a specialist in design criticism, is the author of several books published by Editions Norma. She was co-director of the Mouvements Modernes gallery in Paris, dedicated to design and ceramics dating from the 1950s to the present day.
SELLING POINTS: First monograph on Rena Dumas, interior designer for Hermès maisons and stores around the world . Features over 400 documents, photographs, plans and drawings 400 colour images.
over 400 illustrations
Released in May 2020
Dimensions: 15cm (W) x 22cm (H) x 5cm (D)
Materials: Blown and hot sculptured glass
Care Instructions: Wipe with a microfibre cloth only
Due to the handmade nature of the products dimensions may vary on individual pieces.
Handmade in Australia.