Guillerme & Chambron Sideboard with Lamp
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Guillerme et Chambron, sideboard with lamp, oak, ceramic, France, 1960s
Credenza with lamp in oak by French designer due Guillerme & Chambron. This sideboard is equipped with two sliding-doors. The front of the sideboard is beautifully designed with graphical vertical lines. The top is inlayed with black ceramic tiles which are also placed at the wooden board in front. The credenza is designed to stand with its short side towards a wall. Meanwhile, the other side is highlighted with two lamps, which are adjusted high and above the sideboard. Due to the combination of materials and the warm color of the oak, the cabinet has a fresh and vibrant appearance.
The French designer duo Jacques Chambron (1914-2001) and Robert Guillerme (1913-1990) started their production postwar. Robert Guillerme studied design and architecture at the École Boule and graduated first in his class in 1934. Meanwhile, Jacques Chambron graduated from the School of Applied Arts in Reims. During the Second World War, the two met in a stalag, a Prussian prisoner camp, while being imprisoned by the Germans in East Prussia and started a great friendship based on their intense and deep passion for interior design. In 1948, Chambron resigned from his job as a painter and decorator on the Rue Nollet in Paris to move to Lille, in the North of France and join Guillerme. A year later, the two met cabinetmaker Émile Dariosecq, who was owner of a workshop close by. It was during this meeting, that they decided to create their own company. They named it “Votre Maison”, meaning “Your Home”, which became the soul of the company. With this, they wanted to create pieces that focused on functionality combined with a beautiful design useful for daily life. by which they creiated a worldwide reputation. Most of the furniture designed by this duo this piece shows a strong character and has a great expressive woodwork. The three of them divided their work equally. Overall, Guillerme worked as a designer, Chambron as a commercial, and Dariosecq’s workshop manufactured the pieces. Throughout their career, ‘Votre Maison’ produced over two thousand models, leaving a lasting mark in the world of design.
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