Hubert Le Gall grew himself into an artist but was refusing to be called one. Then he became a very successful furniture designer who’s works would not only be sold in design store and at design tradeshows but were also exhibited in art institutions such as the Palais de Tokyo among other museums, galleries and chateaux.
Buffets and Cabinets Blog brings you today 7 Beautiful But Weird Buffets and Cabinets by Hubert Le Gall, who finds himself in the crossroad between design and art. Read on and find his iconic designs.
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Hubert Le Gall’s work is a bold combination of sophisticated and playful. Inspired by the likes of Salvador Dali, Jean Cocteau, the Surrealists and Max Ernst, Le Gall introduces humor and beauty into everyday life.
Self-taught as an artist and sculptor before delving into design, uses classic materials to create pieces that inspire laughter and enchantment, while being meticulously crafted. A fixed star on the international design scene, he exhibits and sells his work globally.
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