JEAN ROYÈRE “Horace” Illuminated Room Divider with Plant Holders

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“Horace” Illuminated Room Divider with Plant Holders circa 1948
Painted tubular metal, painted metal and painted wood
280 by 70 by 25 cm (110¼ by 27½ by 9⅞ in.)

Dance studio, Montmartre, Paris Private Collection
Phillips London, September 27, 2012, lot 20 Private Collection

Jean Royère, décorateur à Paris, exh. cat., Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, 1999-2000, pp. 34, 39 and 64
Pierre-Emmanuel Martin-Vivier, Jean Royère, Paris, 2002, pp. 31 (for a related model) and 144

Designed and executed circa 1948. The “Horace” Illuminated Room Divider with Plant Holders, executed circa 1948, is one of Jean Royère’s most playful designs. By incorporating light fixtures and plant holders into his room divider design, Royère elevated a traditionally utilitarian furniture feature to an eye-catching decorative piece. Highly popular in mid-century design, the room divider has encountered a recent revival in contemporary interior design. Royère’s Horace room divider stands out for its modern elegance and thoughtful design.

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