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Fabrice Berrux is a French designer renowned for his modern furniture and accessories. He was born in Paris in 1964 and graduated from the National Arts School in Dijon, France. Berrux established his own design firm in 1987, which was called 18 AOUT. The firm produced works like Flower, a Warhol-inspired vase, and regularly appeared on prestigious lists including 30 Under 30 in 1989. In 1991, 18 AOUT was revamped and renamed as Dix Heures Dix. Berrux’s pieces were showcased at the Decorative Arts Museum in Paris in 1990 and in the shops of other modern art museums around the world, in cities such as Rotterdam, Chicago and Los Angeles. Berrux also taught at several notable establishments, including the Charpentier Academy and the Ecole Bleue in Paris. Since 1997, Fabrice Berrux has made upscale modern lighting using materials such as silkscreen glass and pleated fabric. Some Fabrice Berrux collaborations include Perigot and Roche Bobois. One of Berrux’s furniture pieces is the Bijou Coffee Table, which has a steel base with a matte black finish. The round top is crafted from antiqued glass for a look that’s timeless yet modern. Another distinctive piece from Fabrice Berrux is the Mayflower armchair, which was a part of Roche Bobois’ Collection les Contemporains in the 2010 Salone del Mobile. Fabrice Berrux furnishings impart Pop-Art-inspired flair to any residential space and are available at Sotheby’s Home.