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Interior of the Studium-Louvre|

‘Studium-Louvre’, pavilion of the Grands Magasins du Louvre: the office-library
‘Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs et Industriels Modernes’, Paris 1925
Designer: Edouard-Joseph Bourgeois and Albert Laprade  
Copyright: RIBA Library Books and Periodicals Collection 


Djo-Bourgeois (Edouard-Joseph Bourgeois), responsible for the interiors of the pavilion, studied architecture with Robert Mallet-Stevens and subsequently specialised in interior and furniture design. He had already collaborated in previous occasions with ‘Studium-Louvre’. Other artists were involved with the decoration of the office-library: the decorative lacquered panel, upholstery, carpet and curtains were designed by Pierre Demaria, the cushions by Suzanne Roissy and the sculptures by Léon Leyritz.  
 
 
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