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Dunod Mallier celebrate their 20th anniversary
Celebrations under the vault of the Grand Palais in Paris at the Revelations fine craft and creation fair to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Dunod Mallier workshops. Creation of a range of garden furniture in a timely association with the artist Patrice Dangel
Strategic Turning Point
Pierre Dunod leaves Dunod Mallier after 15 years of working together. Mehdi Mallier drives towards new directions through research and development of original materials.
Export Projects
First international projects for the Dunod Mallier workshops: New York, Moscow, Cairo, Geneva, Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat...
Exhibition at the Secq des Tournelles Museum
A masterpiece by Mehdi Mallier, a replica of the caduceus of the door of ... was added to the permanent collections of the museum devoted to ornamental ironwork in Rouen.
Creation of Dunod Mallier ornamental ironsmiths
Mehdi Mallier created Art Forge and Metal which became Dunod Mallier ornamental ironsmiths after teaming up with Pierre Dunod three years later.
Taurus by Serge Marchal
A revelation when Mehdi Mallier discovered this masterpiece, followed by his professional and personal commitment to the Compagnons du Devoir crafts guild. Training during a seven-year Tour de France: Lyon, Lille, Pau, Reims, Paris, ...
Streamlining the post-war period
Manufacturing logic resulting in clean aesthetics based on functionality: application to the production of furniture and architecture according to principles of disassembly, manufacturing in series, ... Jean Prouvé, Le Corbusier
Decorative Arts
Styling of shapes, streamlined volumes, geometric graphics and technical developments with the emergence of oxyacetylene welding. International recognition further to the 1925 Universal Exhibition in Paris bringing together a whole generation of architects and craft decorators such as Pierre Patout, Edgar Brandt, Jacques-Émile Ruhlmann, Gilbert Poillerat, to name a few.
Art Nouveau
Development of designs with naturalist designs and curved lines simultaneous with the development in the potential of materials and techniques. Cooperation between the decorator Louis Majorelle with the Daum manufacture, private and urban work by the architect Hector Guimard.
Classic Period
Classic Period
Freeing of materials such that ironwork was no longer merely a means of reinforcing and protecting wood. French ironwork reached the highest level of excellence during the reign of Louis XIII and Louis XIV.
Middle Ages
Middle Ages
Development of tools revolutionizing farming techniques, improvements in weapons ... from the Romanesque and Gothic period, ironwork freed itself from the shackles of Utility and became a decorative art in its own right.
- 2000 BC
Iron Age
Abundance of raw materials - iron ore and charcoal - resulting in the development of tools to work hot iron.
-7000 BC
Bronze Age
Appearance of the first metallurgical techniques in the eastern Mediterranean: alloys of copper and tin leading to bronze.