Jeanine Abraham was a French Furniture Designer. Abraham’s contribution to the world of design will always be remembered as a testament to her passion for creating functional yet aesthetically pleasing furniture that transcends time and trends.
She studied at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris, and Centre Art et Technique.
Rol and Abraham’s collaboration in the firm Abraham & Rol was a fruitful one, resulting in stunning furniture for Meubles TV and beautifully decorated wood factories and stores at Les Huchers Minvielle. Rol’s expertise in technical aspects complemented Abraham’s inventive ideas, making them a dynamic duo. They were known for their use of wood, aluminium, and rattan, which added a touch of elegance to their creations. Their attention to detail was unmatched, and they were always looking for ways to improve their designs.
Their furniture pieces were not only functional but also aesthetically pleasing, making them highly sought after by customers. It is no surprise that their collaboration was a success, as they both brought unique skills to the table. The legacy of Abraham & Rol lives on through their timeless furniture pieces that continue to inspire designers today.
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