André Groult  

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André Groult (1884–1966) was a French decorator and draftsman of French furniture. Much of his work can be described as art deco, with curving and organic shapes, and Groult's work has been described as compromising between tradition and modernism. For the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes in 1925, he designed a woman's bedchamber with a pink and gray palette. The room featured tended walls of Soie stitching. The furniture in the room, such as the chiffonier was rounded and covered in natural Galuchat.

In 1935, Groult worked for a luxury apartment complex in the SS Normandie.

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