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Acting as a laboratory space for both contemporary and vintage furniture, Paris' Galerie Kreo boasts objects from established and upcoming designers.

After being a fixture in Paris’ 13th arrondissement for 10 years, Galerie Kreo moved to Saint-Germain-des-Prés in 2009. It’s renowned for producing contemporary objects in collaboration with some of the world’s top designers, including Alessandro Mendini, Hella Jongerius, Marc Newson and many more.

Galerie Kreo also offers vintage furniture with designs from an exhaustive list of luminaries. You’ll find offerings from Angelo Lelli, Jacques Biny, Robert Mathieu and Vittoriano Vigano, among others.

Galerie Kreo
31 rue Dauphine
75006 Paris
France

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