L'Art De Vivre

978 Lexington Ave. (71/72)
New York City, NY 10021
United States
          Established on Manhattan's Upper East Side in 1989, L'Art de Vivre champions pioneering French and Italian midcentury design, with an emphasis on exceptional and distinctive lighting. Its carefully selected collection spans the postwar period to the present day, highlighting rare and exciting masterpieces by Fontana Arte, Pietro Chiesa, Max Ingrand, Gio Ponti, Venini, Veronese, Stilnovo, Dominique, Jacques Adnet, Maxime Old, and Genet Michon, as well as collaborations with contemporary designers. L'Art de Vivre's strong focus on sculptural lines, unexpected forms, unparalleled craftsmanship, and impeccable restoration results in a singular collection of vital midcentury work. Among the first to foreground innovative Italian design in the United States, L'Art de Vivre has for the past thirty years been a guiding source for leading designers, architects, and private clients seeking postwar works that look as strikingly modern today as when they were conceived, and which imbue contemporary homes with individuality and integrity.        
Oval Ceramic Lamp, France... H 23 in W 13 in D 8 in $ 5,500
Oval Unglazed Ceramic Lamp,... H 23 in W 13 in D 8 in $ 5,500
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