PARIS - Celebrated French interior designer Andrée Putman died in her home last Saturday aged 87. The late Parisian design icon and Interior Design Hall of Fameinductee, began her career in the late 1940s and has left an indelible mark across several continents. Putman’s interiors include chic designer shops, trendy boutique hotels, the Bordeaux Museum of Contemporary Art, and even the Air France Concorde. Her work evoked and revived designers from the 1930s: Jean-Michel FrankMallet-StevensAntoni Gaudí, and Eileen Gray.


Andrée Putman. Courtesy of the Putman Studio.