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20th Century Design

Take a Tour Around Paris Design in 360°

By Sotheby's

A s the Design exhibition goes on display from the 15 November in the Sotheby’s 76 Faubourg Galleries, we give viewers an opportunity to step inside the gallery, walk amongst these exceptional pieces and to interact with the stories behind them from the comfort of their own home.

For this exciting virtual experience, Sotheby's has once again collaborated with the Paris-based studio Notoryou to go beyond the flat screen and bring objects to life in the beautifully curated galleries. Visitors can interact with works by artists such as Rembrandt Bugatti, François-Xavier Lalanne, Jean Prouvé, Ron Arad, Line Vautrin, both Alberto and Diego Giacometti and Serge Mouille.

Paris Design Virtual 360

Notoryou is a Paris-based creative studio that specialises in cultural immersive tours and VR experiences. They have recently mapped virtual walk-throughs of exhibition at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie and the Sotheby’s Paris Design Sale in April. You can take a look at this exhibition, including the installation in the central space of the striking 6x6 metre house conceived in 1945 by Jean Prouvé here.

The Design exhibition is open on 15, 16, 17 and 19 November at Sotheby's, 76, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. The sale takes place on 20 November at 2:30pm CET.

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