Maria Pergay: Between Design and Ideas

Image: Front Cover. Maria Pergay: Between Ideas and Design.

Over Pergay's 50-year-and-counting career, her sophisticated objects, furniture and decor have won her a following and an illustrious clientele that has included Salvador Dali, Pierre Cardin and King Fahd of Saudi Arabia, but they have only recently gained recognition among design collectors, curators and aficionados. Maria Pergay: Between Ideas and Design is the first in-depth survey of the designer's remarkable life and work. Beginning in the 1950s and continuing to the present, it features over 200 photographs of interiors and furniture, archival illustrations from her personal collection - most of which have never before been published - and a candid interview. The end product is equal parts authoritative reference, source of rare insight and aesthetic journey into the lifestyle of the cultural and social elite of the late 60s and early 70s.

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Maria Pergay: Between Design and Ideas
10.7 H x 10 x 1 inches 
27.2 H x 25.4 x 2.5 cm

Author: Suzanne Demisch 
Designer: Roy Brooks
Publisher: The Working Dog Press
Printed: Trifolio SRL, Verona
160 pages
Hardcover
© 2006 Demisch Danant. All rights reserved.
Photographs © Robin Broadbent
Photographs © Philippe Pons
ISBN 0-9773297-0-4
Demisch Danant

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