Alexandre Logé

French, 1977

The contemporary furniture maker Alexandre Logé is known for combining primitive motifs with elements of the Art Deco movement. The French-born artist specializes in limited-edition sculptural furniture reminiscent of Alberto Giacometti, Henry Moore, Henri Matisse and René Magritte. By his own account, he is something of an aesthetic scavenger, drawing inspiration from what he observes at Hôtel Drout, the Paris auction house, or on the street.


Logé was born in 1977 in the 14th arrondissement of Paris and received degrees in Fine Art and Art History at Panthéon-Sorbonne University. He trained as a mold- and prototype-builder under the furniture designer Dominique Hedinger and soon gained renown for his expedition-based practice, traveling to Southeast Asia, South America and elsewhere.


Since the mid-2000s, Logé has emerged as one of the top designers in his field, winning commissions from corporate clients like Bergdorf Goodman, where a series of crucifix-shaped bronze sconces by the artist have been installed in the shoe salon. Logé’s first exhibition of note was “The Artist & His Supporters,” at Espace Tajan in 2006.

Alexandre Log Fregate Wall Console by Alexandre Log
Alexandre Logé "Fregate" Wall... H 34 in W 73 in D 19 in $ 36,000
Alexandre Log Aura Hanging Fixture by Alexandre Log
Alexandre Logé "Aura," Hanging... H 39 in W 24 in D 24 in $ 7,500
Alexandre Log Limited Edition Moore Cocktail Table by Alexandre Log
Alexandre Logé Limited Edition "Moore... H 14 in W 54 in D 40 in $ 34,000
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