Modern European

August 1997
Architectural Digest;Aug97, Vol. 54 Issue 8, p20
Reports the popularity of 20th century furniture sold by London antiques dealer Bob Lawrence from his relocated shop. Offerings by Jacques Adnet, Gaston Suisse, Ulrich; Contact point.


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