Eileen Grey should have had as much recognition as her contemporaries during the 1930's, because the influence of her design & aesthetic was infinite. She had a real Modernist sensibility and was experimenting with tubular steel around 1925 before it became popular with Modernist Architects, and at the same time had a love for the East and Deco, which made for the perfect combo.
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