Design movement you most identify with: "The ’50s for the timelessness of its techniques and materials. Memphis for the radical shapes and colors. And the ’90s for the assembly techniques: hard shapes, metal, and mechanical joints. Things could look a bit robotic. It was less about shaping and more about visible seams and bolting things together." Above: Wilmotte's Marble Connections stools for Galerie Pierre Bergé
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Design movement you most identify with: "The ’50s for the timelessness of its techniques and materials. Memphis for the radical shapes and colors. And the ’90s for the assembly techniques: hard shapes, metal, and mechanical joints. Things could look a bit robotic. It was less about shaping and more about visible seams and bolting things together." Above: Wilmotte's Marble Connections stools for Galerie Pierre Bergé