l'oeuf centre d'études

L’œuf centre d’études is a creator’s collective which was active from the beginning of the 1960’s. The movement was officially conceived in 1963, and its duly innovative and audacious designs have left an indelible impression on the history of design.


Arlette Granval (1934-2021)


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l'oeuf centre d'études : 1960 - 1997

1960 : building hall

Paris / France. Architects: Roger Anger and Pierre Puccinelli.

1962 : tourism pavillion

Strasbourg / France. Architect : Pierre Vivien.

1962 : nautical center

Divonne-les-Bains / France. Architect : Maurice Novarina.

1965 : headquarters

Neuilly / France. Merlin Gérin Company. Architects: René Coulon and Jacques Guillot.

1971 : office of Hélène Rochas

Paris / France. Office and personal furniture of Hélène Rochas (Paris 8th arrondissement). Interior Designer: Georges Ferran (also a member of the OCE at this time).

1972 : building hall

Paris / France. This work was exceptionally named "La Rouge" by its creators. Architect : Cabinet Philippe Alliaume.

1974 : city hall

Genevilliers / France. Architect : Georges Auzolle.

1975 : restaurant

Gentilly / France. Architect : Olivier-Clément Cacoub.

1976 : Edolas showroom

Tokyo (Japan). Interior Designer: l'oeuf and Roger Capron.