Architect, artist and designer, Naggar considers architecture as a central part of his practice, encompassing interior design, furniture and product design. Dialogue between Art and Science, blending of cultures and a strong poetic dimension are combined in his work to form an elegant modern language and designs that tell a story.
Patrick Naggar has been designing collections in France since the mid-eighties for Ecart International, Neotu, Tectona, Veronese, and Artelano. He is also present in the collections of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, les Amis du Musée National d’Art Moderne (Pompidou), le Mobilier National in France, and the Brooklyn Museum in the United States and has been published by numerous European and American magazines including House & Garden, Elle-Decor, Vogue, Maison Française, Beaux-Arts, Progressive Architecture, Intramuros, and NY magazine.
Patrick Naggar received his diploma in Architecture from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and a Master degree in Urban Studies from the University of Paris VIII.