Architect, artist and designer, Patrick Naggar considers architecture as a central knowledge, encompassing interior design, furniture and product design, a catalyst of ideas, forms, plastic and artistic research, in order to create spaces and objects for our environment. Bringing myth and science, ancient and modern cultures, the functional and the symbolic closer together, mixing noble and poor materials, his designs all tell us a story, as we can see trough these Art Deco Buffets and Cabinets.
Patrick Naggar has been showing in France since the mid-eighties, designing collections for Ecart International, Neotu, Tectona, Vernese, Artelano in France and is represented by Ralph Pucci in the US.
He is also present in the collections of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, les Amis du Musée National d’Art Moderne (Pompidou), le Mobilier National in France , the Brooklyn Museum in the US and has been published by numerous European and American magazines including House & Garden, Elle-Decor, Vogue, Maison Française, Beaux-Arts, ProgressiveArchitecture, Intramuros, NY magazine.
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Naggar was awarded in 2008 the Prix Special du Jury by the Centre du Luxe et de la Creation.