PIERRE-PAUL MONTAGNAC (1883-1961)
Saint-Denis 1883 - Paris 1961
From 1912 P.-P. Montagnac simultaneously pursues a career as an architect and interior decorator and makes editing furniture with simple forms decorated with precious materials. Apart from private commissions, it provides templates for Mastering Galeries Lafayette in the twenties. In 1925, he participated in the International Exhibition of Decorative Arts for "A French Embassy" flag. In 1928, he was selected by the Museum of Decorative Arts at the Competition for Office Lady. He converted offices, shops and ship, including Normandie in 1932. President of the Société des Artistes Decorators 1930 to 1938 he exhibited regularly at fairs and artists Decorators Fall into the fifties.