In 1948 he started showing his work at the Salon des Arts Ménagers , and shortly thereafter he began designing for Galerie Mai. In 1954 he founded the Atelier des Recherches Plastiques (Plastics Research Workshop) with Joseph-Andre Motte and Michel Mortier. At the same time, he worked with design firms such as Airborne, Meubles TV, Huchers-Minvielle, Disderot, and Steiner.
In the late 1950s he became the head designer for the Belgian firm Meurop. There he primarily designed high quality, affordable chairs and multidirectional lighting.
He is probably best known for the laminated plywood Tonneau chair he designed for Steiner, along with the lighting he designed for Disderot.
Later in his career, he worked mainly as an architect, which is primarily how he viewed himself. He designed private homes, public buildings, and commercial structures, including ski stations.
In 1965 he received the René Gabriel prize.
From demischdamant.com and artsy.net
|Tonneau chair for Steiner|
|G10 lounge chair|
|Equilibrium double-branch floor lamp for Disderot|