A show at the Centre Pompidou in Paris breathes new life into the designer's reputation.
Read >> "Eileen Gray, Freed From Seclusion" by Alice Rawsthorn in the New York Times (Feb. 24, 2013)
Gray's Dragon's Armchair set an auction record for 20th-century furniture when it sold for about $29 million in 2009.
E-1027, Eileen Gray and Jean Badovici's 1920s vacation home in southern France has been named a French National Cultural Monument and is being restored. It is scheduled to be open to the public later this year.
Read about E-1027: The iconic house : architectural masterworks since 1900.
More books featuring Eileen Gray at University Libraries.