Pierre Paulin was a French interior and furniture designer. After failing in his studies at the Baccalauréat, Pierre trained as a ceramist in the city of Vallauris, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, and then as a stone carver in Burgundy, but he injured his right arm in a fight and was forced to end his career as a sculptor, and decided to attended the École Camondo in Paris afterward. Because of his relationship with the Gascoin company, he became familiar and interested in Scandinavian and Japanese design, a fact that would influence his works later in his career.
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