|||||||||The Tolozan ‘multimedia chair’, created in 2002 for Ligne Roset|The 2010 Harry sofa – named by Jourdan in tribute to England|The Snowdonia bed – part of a collection that won the Red Dot award|Jourdan’s contribution to the Domestic Ponds series at the Galerie BSL|The French designer, Eric Jourdan|The Hyannis Port desk – described as having a ‘cabinet-made’ feel|The Secretaire, part of the Breuer-inspired Dino collection|Dino desk. Jourdan said in the range ‘everything is visually prominent’||
17 Mar 2011

Eric Jourdan on his modernist influences

Words by Elizabeth Choppin

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