Interior architect and designer, this experienced creator, received, in the late sixties, many private commissions, and orchestrated many projects for prestigious groups. Seduced by Rothschild Bank’s layout, one of his most memorable works, many of his clients gave him carte blanche. He worked with total freedom, creating harmonious spaces where furniture, lamps and other decorative objects embellished the décor. Concerned with production quality, he marketed his own production through the Rouve Gallery.
The projects for l’Oréal, Dior, Balmain and Lanvin or more recently for Alstom and Vivendi Environment, are testimony of Boyer’s richness. While working abroad, and designing the diplomatic interiors in Washington and Brasilia, he became an ambassador for French design.
The theme of this exhibition is focused on his creations of the sixties. Michel Boyer used new materials back in those days, exploiting their formal resources for the creation of chairs and coffee tables. During this period he used metal and mastered it with success.
French artist born in 1935 in France. Dead in 2011 in France.