Anthony Guerrée enjoys looking to the past for inspiration. And there is a distinct art déco vibe in the strong lines of TILT. And what’s in a name? The tilt in TILT is achieved in the most imaginative way: a wooden cylinder, running across the full width, tips both the ottoman and comfortable armchair slightly – a completely unique, innovative take on ‘legs’.
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Anthony Guerrée was educated at the École Boulle in Paris, where—since its foundation in 1886—young talents are schooled in the fine and applied arts, and where craftmanship plays a central role. Fascinated by the interior designers of the ‘30s, Anthony joined Studio Andrée Putman, in 2010, where he was able to work with the best ‘makers’ in the world in shaping world-class interiors. In 2015, Anthony went to work for designer Christophe Delcourt, assisting him in designing his Delcourt Collection furniture, as well as contributing to Christophe’s collaborations with brands such as Minotti, Collection Particulière, and CC-Tapis.
In 2020, Anthony Guerrée ventured out on his own and developed a unique signature. His first furniture collection was inspired by Marcel Proust’s À la recherche du temps perdu. Each of the sculptural chairs embodies the character of one of the protagonists. These pieces tell a story, because each of Anthony’s designs is more than simply functional. His designs are the tangible, flawless results of the dynamics between tradition and innovation.