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Boris-Jean LACROIX, designer 50's ©fiftease
Boris-Jean LACROIX
1902 - 1984

Self-taught, he exposes his creations of graphic lamps and art in Show of the Artists Decorators SAD and Autumn show from 1927, before adhering subscribing in 1945 to the Union of the Modern Artists, UAM. His first lamps are edited by Damon in the 1930s. After war, he created modern furniture and especially the original lamps edited by Robert Caillat, Mathieu or Luminalite, while being a co-editor-in-chief of the magazine Art and Decoration.

Boris-Jean LACROIX, designer : Tripod floorlamp in black lacquered full iron foot and drilled deflector in white lacquered metal, lampshade in white rhodoïd.
1952 – Edited by Robert Caillat
Dimensions : Height 170cm
ref. L49
objet design ©fiftease Boris-Jean LACROIX, designer : Directional wall lamp in brass with deflector in white lacquered drilled metal and lampshade in white rhodoïd.
1952 – Edited by Robert Caillat
Dimensions : Lenght 115cm
ref. L50
objet design ©fiftease Boris-Jean LACROIX, designer : Floorlamp allotted to Boris Lacroix with bronze foot with patina gun of rifle and cylindrical plexiglass deflector.
1955 – Edited by Luminalite
Dimensions : Height 170,5cm
ref. LA11
objet design ©fiftease



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