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Meet Salvador Dali, furniture designer

In the swinging thirties, famous surrealist Salvador Dalí hung out with a number of cool people from varied disciplines in Paris, including furniture designer Jean-Michel Frank. He sketched a bunch of furniture designed for Frank, including the Leda chair and low table in the 1935 Femme à latête rose.

Six decades later in the 1990s, Oscar Tusquets and a team including sculptor Joaquim Camps brought these designs into the real world. Bd Barcelona design took care of production and marketing. It all looks just so cool.

Furniture designs by Salvador Dali
Furniture designs by Salvador Dali
Furniture designs by Salvador Dali
Furniture designs by Salvador Dali

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