was born in 1948.
Having graduated from the Paris School of Decorative Arts, he created his design office in 1979 and managed architectural projects both in France and abroad. He worked on the interiors of Paris department stores and on concept stores, as well as on the scene designs of cultural exhibitions at the Grand Palais, the Pompidou Centre and the Paris Museum of Modern Art.
A passion for furniture design led him to creating chairs and lamps and he won a ‘Compasso d’Oro’ for his ‘Lizie’ chair designed for the cafeteria of the Paris Museum of Modern Art. Whether in architecture or design, he is recognised for his radical approach to function, alongside a unique touch of humour.