Atsushi Kitagawara Bibliography Chicago

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Néotù was a contemporary furniture gallery founded in 1984 in Paris.

Gérard Dalmon (b. 1945), a computer consultant at Cap Gemini, and Pierre Staudenmeyer (1952—2007), a marketing consultant, established the Galerie Néotù in 1984 in Paris, France, on the rue de Verneuil, then in 1985 on the rue du Renard. Galerie Néotù sold contemporary furniture and other items by primarily French designers, artists, and architects. The items were produced in limited editions, some unique. The gallery assisted with production and was instrumental in establishing some of the young, essentially unknown French designers of the 1980s and 1990s, who have since become members of the current who's who of French and international design.

The enterprise pursued an approach to design, which was in the trend of the time, and focused on designers whose work was known as art furniture. Dalmon and Staudenmeyer's effort can be favorably compared to others active from the mid-1980s, such as Rick Kaufman’s Art et Industrie gallery and Michael Steinberg’s Furniture of the Twentieth Century gallery, both in New York City.

In 1990, a branch was established in New York City, and, in 1992, the Galerie Néotù began representing VIA (the French furniture association) in the U.S.

Néotù closed in 2001.

Designers

Galerie Néotù has shown and sometimes manufactured works by furniture designers, architects, and artists.

  • Ron Arad (industrial designer)
  • Emmanuel Babled
  • François Bauchet
  • Vincent Bécheau & Marie-Laure Bourgeois
  • Eric Benqué
  • Christian Biecher
  • Constantin Boym
  • Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
  • Andrea Branzi
  • Peter Bremers
  • Eugène Brunelle
  • Stephen Burks
  • David Capogna
  • Emmanuelle Colboc
  • Denis Colomb
  • Christophe Côme
  • Didier Cornille
  • Matali Crasset
  • Designers Anonymes
  • Tom Dixon (industrial designer)
  • André Dubreuil
  • Sylvain Dubuisson
  • Epinard Bleu: Frédéric Druot, Jean-Luc Goulesque, Patrick Jean, Luis Filipe Pais de Figueiredo, Jacques Robert, Jean-Charles Zebo
  • Shao Fan
  • Dan Friedman (graphic designer)
  • Olivier Gagnère
  • Izzika Gaon
  • Adrien Gardère
  • Élisabeth Garouste & Mattia Bonetti
  • Jean-Paul Gaultier
  • Kistian Gavoille
  • Christian Ghion
  • Natanel Gluska
  • Lyn Godley & Lloyd Schwan
  • Zaha Hadid
  • Massimo Iosa Ghini
  • Sue Golden
  • Augustin Granet
  • Michael Graves
  • Kevin Gray
  • Eric Jourdan
  • David Kawecki
  • Atsushi Kitagawara
  • Dominique Labauvie
  • Dominique Lachevsky
  • Jo Laubner
  • Anne Liberati & Joris Heetman
  • Mary Little
  • Paul Ludick
  • Alain & Thierry Manoha
  • Paul Mathieu & Michael Ray
  • Jean-François Maurige
  • Franco Meneguzzo
  • Migeon & Migéon
  • Jasper Morrison
  • Patrick Naggar
  • Philippe Nogen
  • Jiří Pelcl
  • Gaetano Pesce
  • Maurice de Pestre
  • Claude Picasso
  • Christophe Pillet
  • Olivier Peyricot
  • Ravage: Arnold van Geuns & Clémens Rameckers
  • Thomas Rodriguez
  • Pucci De Rossi
  • Saint-Maur
  • Bryce Sanders
  • William Sawaya
  • Eric Schmitt
  • Borek Sipek
  • Philippe Soffioti
  • Ettore Sottsass
  • Studio Sessanta5
  • Lewis Stein
  • Martin Szekely
  • Ali Tayar
  • Jérome Thermopyles
  • Olivier Thomé
  • Totem: Jacques Bonnot, Frederick du Chayla, Claire Olives
  • Olivier Védrine
  • Nanda Vigo
  • John Webb
  • Michael Young
  • Marco Zanuso Jr.

MDPI and ACS Style

Cipollini, M.; Bonannini, E.; Cinotti, M.; Sassu, M. Design, Production, and Installation of Wooden Walls for the Japan Pavilion at Expo 2015. Buildings2016, 6, 43.

AMA Style

Cipollini M, Bonannini E, Cinotti M, Sassu M. Design, Production, and Installation of Wooden Walls for the Japan Pavilion at Expo 2015. Buildings. 2016; 6(4):43.

Chicago/Turabian Style

Cipollini, Matteo; Bonannini, Elisa; Cinotti, Marco; Sassu, Mauro. 2016. "Design, Production, and Installation of Wooden Walls for the Japan Pavilion at Expo 2015." Buildings 6, no. 4: 43.

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