French designer and engineer Jean Prouvé self-identified as a factory worker rather than as an aesthete. The elegant lines of his chairs, tables, desks, shelving, and lighting, which he produced in mass quantities from 1929 until the early 1950s, are testaments to his innate skills in furniture design.
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