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Pauline Deltour Death & Cause Of Death – French Designer Died



A post made on Facebook confirms that popular Paris-based designer, Pauline Deltour has sadly passed away. Pauline, the first Tolix woman designer was reported to have died on September 9 2021.

The Home Decor “Trudon” took to their official Facebook page to confirm the passing of Pauline and also sent their heartfelt condolences to the family.

Read Below As Posted By Trudon On Facebook:-

It is with deep sadness that we have learned of the passing of designer Pauline Deltour. Pauline was a talented and truly elegant human being. She was a friend of Trudon and an invaluable contributor to our success. She created among others our glass caped fragrance bottle and the iconic diffuser « La Promeneuse ». More projects were in the works. Our thoughts go out to Pauline’s family. She will be terribly missed.

Few Things You Need To Know About Pauline Deltour

Born In Landerneau in 1983, the French designer who is well known for her artistical works has worked with many international clients which include Tolix, Sogo&Seibu, JINS, Lexon, Yellow Innovation (La Poste), Alessi, COR, MUJI, HEM, Ames, Kvadrat, JapanCreative, Arita 2016 (Japan), Fucina, CVL, Cire Trudon, Puiforcat, Sogo & Seibu, LaCie.

In 2010, Pauline Deltour established her own eponymous studio in Paris. Her works sprawl in a wide range of scales, from furniture to public spaces, her creations blur the boundaries between design and art.

In 2015 she was named as one “Wallpaper magazine’s Top 20 Under 40”. Deltour’s Fine Bluetooth speaker for Lexon also received a Red Dot Design Award.

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