Iconic furniture designer Maria Pergay will design three limited-edition pieces for Fendi Casa's forthcoming Paris flagship store, kicking off a series of Fendi Casa Icons capsule collections.
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She will also reintroduce five of her iconic designs for the Fendi Casa line. Some of the pieces will be on display in two rooms Pergay will design at the 2013 edition of Intérieurs with the French edition of Architectural Digest.
A rendering of an exploding cabinet by Maria Pergay for Fendi’s Paris flagship boutique.
Pergay is 82 and currently resides in Paris. Her first collection of stainless steel furniture, including the 'Ring' chair and the 'Flying Carpet' daybed, was exhibited in 1968 at Galerie Maison Jardin, under the direction of decorator Jean Dive. In the 1970's she went on to work in Saudi Arabia where she designed palace interiors for the Royal family. She has exhibited internationally, including Paris, Korea and London.
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