Andrée Putman

Andree Putman began her astonishing career in the 1980s when amongst other projects, she designed the first ever designer's hotel – the Morgansin in New York. Her recent work includes designs for Christofle, Gaia & Gino, Veuve Clique and Louis Vuitton. She has also created spectacular private residences in Brussels, Dublin, Miami, Paris, Rome, Shanghai and Tel Aviv, as well as a sublime home hanging from a cliff in Tangiers, for actress Arielle Dombasle and philosopher Bernard-Henri Levy.

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