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TI IS MAD FOR: Maria Pergay's 'Flying Carpet' daybed

In the 1970's Pergay went on to work in Saudi Arabia where she designed palace interiors for the Royal family.In the 1970's Pergay went on to work in Saudi Arabia where she designed palace interiors for the Royal family.

Exhibited in 1968 at Galerie Maison Jardin, under the direction of decorator Jean Dive, the "Flying Carpet" daybed serves as that iconic piece of stainless steel furniture that renders an unwelcoming material sybaritic and indulgent .

In the 1970's Pergay went on to work in Saudi Arabia where she designed palace interiors for the Royal family. In the late 80s thru 1990s, Pergay worked on several important commissions in Russia. Throughout these years, she continued to pursue her innovative work in stainless steel.

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