Plain and Sempé

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February 26, 2009
Originally published in Homes With History
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  Inga Sempé stands aloof and alight by both the tall and short versions of the Lampe Plate for Cappellini in 2001.
    Inga Sempé stands aloof and alight by both the tall and short versions of the Lampe Plate for Cappellini in 2001.
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  Sempé’s Grande Lampe Plissée for Cappellini.
    Sempé’s Grande Lampe Plissée for Cappellini.
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  Bougeoirs for Baccarat.
    Bougeoirs for Baccarat.
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  The Moël armchair for Ligne Roset.
    The Moël armchair for Ligne Roset.
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  Sempé’s Lampe Extensible for Cappellini.
    Sempé’s Lampe Extensible for Cappellini.
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  Her Etagère à double accès, a prototype designed for the VIA Carte Blanche grant, serves 
as an airy space divider, book or object shelf, and art piece.
    Her Etagère à double accès, a prototype designed for the VIA Carte Blanche grant, serves as an airy space divider, book or object shelf, and art piece.
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  Sempé’s Rangements Brosse, for Edra, is a swishy number that conceals objects flippantly and easily with its flapper-like skirt, exemplifying the designer’s lighter side.
    Sempé’s Rangements Brosse, for Edra, is a swishy number that conceals objects flippantly and easily with its flapper-like skirt, exemplifying the designer’s lighter side.
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  The Stepladder Chair, designed for the VIA Carte Blanche grant, expresses Sempe's love of functionality.
    The Stepladder Chair, designed for the VIA Carte Blanche grant, expresses Sempe's love of functionality.
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