PROUVE FEREMBAL HOUSE
“Jean Prouvé & Jean Nouvel: Ferembal House” from Galerie Patrick Seguin. This book on architecture is a comprehensive account of Jean Prouvé’s prefabricated structure, the Ferembal House, originally built in Nancy, France in 1948, and its modern creative adaptation by Jean Nouvel. Parisian design gallerist Patrick Seguin spent ten years raising the funds to renovate it, working closely with Nouvel and Prouvé experts to recreate this classic example of Prouvé’s advocacy of mobile architecture. Find archival photographs and architectural plans, along with detailed accounts.
Publisher: Galerie Patrick Seguin
Publish date: October 2011
10” x 11.5”
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