Modern Metallurgy

When Pouenat Ferronnier was awarded the Enterprise of Living Heritage designation by the French government in 2009, it was the culminating honor for the iron smithery that was established in 1880. The firm’s exceptional furnishings—conjured up by such important international modern designers as Tristan Auer, India Mahdavi, and Thomas Boog, among others—are now available in the United States through Interieurs in New York. Henri Pouenat, a student of the Deco master metalsmith Gilbert Poillerat, was the first to move the company into interior decoration.

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