Come Back to the exhibition "temporary house - daily life since 1944" because it remains visible in the Perret workshop only two short weeks. After a first part dedicated to the assembly of the barracks (temporary house Expo 2014), we propose a second message about furniture. Fans of this will not be disappointed because they find René Gabriel behind this sober façade with some rare pieces: the room variants of series 120 (Buffet n°120, table n°121, seat n°123) and the unprecedented resettlement chambered (cabinet n°154, bed n°155, bedside). This furniture is less famous than the dining room of "resettlement" (cf. Gabriel // emergency Furniture) or the chair with slatted highly sought since it was published on this blog (cf. Gabriel // chair Economic) ... finally noted that most of the models on display, unlike the guys, have not been published in great series and have drawn before, in 1941, when René Gabriel works for the Department of temporary buildings to disaster victims "first reconstruction" (after the German invasion). Like many, René Gabriel remains active but it will disappear after the end of the line (in November 1942). And will come at the very beginning of 1944 to present the latest models, attentant the second reconstruction, which must follow the landing and Liberation ...
la muséographie intérieure : salle à manger et chambre
dans la salle à manger : le buffet n°120
quelques photographies des baraquements français installés au Havre
chevet de réinstallation complétant la chambrée de la série 150
deux chaises des premières séries : chaise n°123 et chaise n°103
la cuisinière à charbon Arthur-Martin destinée aux baraquements provisoires (coll. Musées Historiques du Havre)
Tisonnier - crochet de la cuisinière, poële et poëlon