Pierre Chareau

Pierre Chareau
Pierre Chareau

(Bordeaux 1883 – New York 1950)

A designing style that combines elegance with technical skill, still evident today in his designs of chairs, stools, tables and cabinets in wood and metal: Pierre Chareau, a French architect and designer as well as a member of the Union of Modern Artists since his birth in 1930, was a recognised figure who received and carried out prestigious and institutional works such as the French Embassy office (Paris 1925), the Beauvallon Golf Club (1927), the interior of the Grand Hotel De Tours (1929) and his ‘Maison de Verre’ (1928-31), so called because of the unusual use of glass tiles.

The products of Pierre Chareau

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Vama Cucine is an important name in the Made in Italy kitchen sector, with a history that began in the 70s in the Pesaro furniture district, where the production of fitted kitchens has always been synonymous with excellence, recognized not only in Italy, but also in the rest of the world.

Production and warehouse facilities

Via Direttissima del Conero
Industrial Park
60021 Camerano (AN)