Christian Duc is a designer and interior designer of Vietnamese origin. He is renowned for his ability to absorb the different cultures he met.
He is a real prolific designer. He created several pieces of furniture including the Orwell cubic armchair (1980) and the Big Pouf coffee table which can be converted into a seat. His pieces reflect his modern and innovative spirit. Biography Christian Duc, whose real name is Ngo Quang Duc, was born in 1947 in Vietnam. When he was a child, he moved to Pennsylvanie then to the South of France, he studied literature at the Paris VIII University then design in Berlin. He quickly met with great success; several pieces have been exhibited in different museum including Coppet-Hewitt in New York and Decorative Arts in Paris and Oslo. He also won prestigious prizes such as the Grand Prize of Criticism in 1989 and the Grand Prize of Creation of the city of Paris in 1990. His trip in Vietnam gave to his career a new impetus. He was inspired by his own culture and history. He highlighted Vietnamese crafts through exhibitions including Le Bon Marché and the Galeries Lafayette (French famous shops).
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