1980 Alexander Girard

1980 Alexander Girard

One of the biggest names in mid-century textile design is Herman Miller’s Alexander Girard (1907-1993), trained at the Royal Institute of British Architects in London and at the Royal School of Architecture in Rome. Girard, born in New York City, was raised in Italy but returned to the United States to live and work, forming offices in New York, Michigan and New Mexico. Girard contributed to this period of design by creating textiles that...

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