Introduction
Maarten Van Severen (5 June 1956, Antwerp, Belgium – 21 February 2005, Ghent, Belgium) was a Belgian furniture designer and interior architect. He came from an artistic family: his father was the abstract painter Dan Van Severen while his brother, Fabian Van Severen, is also a designer. Maarten Van Severen started out studying architecture in Ghent, designing furniture from 1986 onward. He is considered one of the few Belgian designers who have achieved international success.
Wikidata
Q1409014
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Introduction
Belgian architect and designer, Ghent.
Nationality
Belgian
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Architect
Names
Maarten van Severen, Maarten Van Severen
Ulan
500244113
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