Andrée Putman is a French interior designer and a designer born in 1925 and died in 2013 in Paris. From 1968, while she works in the style agency "Mafia", she is noticed by Didier Grumbach and becomes in 1971 the artistic director of "Createurs and Industriels", a platform of meetings between creators and industrialists. She revealed numerous talents like Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Issey Miyake, Thierry Mugler. It is within Ecart, an agency created by her at the end of 70's that her international career flew away. She created the concept of shop-hotel during the arrangement of the Hotel Morgans in 1984 in New York. Among her great deal of work we can quote the Im Wasserturm hotel in Germany and Roissy airport Sheraton Hotel, Azzedine Alaïa's workshop, shops for Balenciaga, Bally or Karl Lagerfeld, Jack Lang's office in 1984, office furniture of the Prime Minister at the Hotel Matignon, the museums of Contemporary Art of Bordeaux and the Fine Arts of Rouen. It is her who in 1994 designed the Concorde's interior fit out


Fire rating
Acoustic absorption
Impact noise reduction
Comfort class 4
Carpet tile
Suitable for heated floors
Castor chair normal use
European class 23/32