Crosta Smith Gallery came about when Les Beaux Arts graduate Marine Edith Crosta and her partner in business and in life Daniel Smith – a fashion commerce manager for Supreme – bought a house in the South of France. While furnishing their holiday home, they shopped for vintage pieces sharpening their eye for style and quality. They began collecting important Art Deco design and decided to start a gallery specializing in 20th century pieces, typically from 1920 to 1940. With Smith’s passion for craftsmanship and quality, combined with Crosta’s flair for interior styling, the gallery offers a unique take on 20th Century decorative arts.
Excerpt from a text by Benjamin Weaver/The London List