Paul Tuttle

Paul Tuttle (1934-2002) was an American designer and artist who worked primarily in the fields of furniture and industrial design. He was born in Los Angeles, California and studied at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena before beginning his career as a designer.
Tuttle was known for his minimalist and sculptural approach to design, and his furniture pieces are characterized by their clean lines, geometric shapes, and innovative use of materials. He worked with a wide range of materials, including metal, glass, and wood, and his designs often incorporated new manufacturing techniques and technologies.
Some of Tuttle's most famous furniture designs include the "Argente" series of tables and chairs, which are made from stainless steel and feature a distinctive geometric pattern, and the "T-Square" series of tables and desks, which are made from glass and feature a modular design that allows for multiple configurations.
In addition to his work as a designer, Tuttle was also an accomplished artist, and his paintings and sculptures have been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world. He received numerous awards and accolades for his contributions to the field of design, including the prestigious National Design Award in 2000.
Today, Tuttle's designs continue to be influential in the world of furniture and industrial design, and his work is celebrated in museums and galleries around the world.
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