Eileen Gray (1878-1976), was born in the Republic of Ireland. Brought up in a wealthy family of Artists, she attended the Slade School of Fine Arts in 1889. In the following years he studied drawing with Colarossi and Julian in Paris. She received instruction in the art of lacquerware with Sugawara, a renowned Japanese master. From 1919 onwards, she began to work with decoration and furniture design, and in 1922 binds to Stijil From group. In 1923, a piece of his own, the Monte Carlo Dressing Table, is highly praised by Walter Gropius, then toward the Bauhaus and J.J.Out. From 1926 onwards, she works as an architect and presents her works in the Arts Pavillion Temps Nouveaux Le Corbusier in 1937.