Clara Porset (May 25, 1895–May 17, 1981) was a Cuban-born interior designer whose education and career brought her to the United States and Europe. From 1963 until her death she worked in Mexico, where she is considered a pioneer in furniture design.

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  • Clara Porset (Matanzas, Cuba 1895-1981) fue una arquitecta y diseñadora de muebles. La mayor parte de su carrera la desarrolló en México donde diseñó los muebles para proyectos de viviendas de, entre otros arquitectos, Luis Barragán y Mario Pani. En 1941 participó del concurso Organic Design for Home Furnishing organizado por el MOMA de Nueva York ganando uno de los premios. (es)
  • Clara Porset (May 25, 1895–May 17, 1981) was a Cuban-born interior designer whose education and career brought her to the United States and Europe. From 1963 until her death she worked in Mexico, where she is considered a pioneer in furniture design. (en)
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  • 1895-05-25 (xsd:date)
  • 1895-5-25
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  • 1981-05-17 (xsd:date)
  • 1981-5-17
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  • Silver Medal, Eleventh Milan Triennial
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  • Black Mountain College
  • Bachelor of Arts, School of Fine Arts, Columbia University, New York
  • Manhattanville Academy
  • École des Beaux Arts
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  • Cuban
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  • Cuban interior designer and architect (1895-1981) (en)
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  • Clara Porset (Matanzas, Cuba 1895-1981) fue una arquitecta y diseñadora de muebles. La mayor parte de su carrera la desarrolló en México donde diseñó los muebles para proyectos de viviendas de, entre otros arquitectos, Luis Barragán y Mario Pani. En 1941 participó del concurso Organic Design for Home Furnishing organizado por el MOMA de Nueva York ganando uno de los premios. (es)
  • Clara Porset (May 25, 1895–May 17, 1981) was a Cuban-born interior designer whose education and career brought her to the United States and Europe. From 1963 until her death she worked in Mexico, where she is considered a pioneer in furniture design. (en)
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  • Clara Porset (es)
  • Clara Porset (en)
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  • Clara Porset (en)
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