Lucien Michon (born 1887)

Lucien Michon, in partnership with Philippe Genet, carved a distinct niche in the design world, marking a significant impact on furniture and lighting fixtures craftsmanship. Founding Genet et Michon in 1911, following their formative years at the esteemed Boule School in Paris, the duo initially concentrated on producing furniture and lighting fixtures. Their journey from 1911 saw an evolution, reaching a creative zenith by 1919 as they ventured into crafting a broader spectrum of objects, all while channeling the burgeoning Art Deco movement’s energy and style. Among their creations, a pair of bronze table lamps from this era stands out, showcasing their commitment to innovation and meticulous craftsmanship.

The duo’s dedication to design excellence and intricate attention to detail garnered wide acclaim, culminating in a prestigious first prize at the Exposition des Arts Décoratifs in 1925. This accolade not only underscored Genet et Michon’s pioneering role in the design industry but also eternally sealed their work as emblematic of the quality and aesthetic charm of the Art Deco period. Today, Genet et Michon’s legacy thrives, with their creations continuing to captivate and inspire, celebrated for their enduring beauty and design integrity.


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