In Paris since 1910, he launched himself after World War I in interior lighting, and founded an enterprise which still exists today. Beginning in 1923, he exhibited at the Salon d’Automne (Autumn Salon), Salon des Artistes Decorateurs (Salon of Design Artists), and at various special events. He was charged with the lighting of different monuments, like the Cathedral of Luxembourg, the Mulhouse
train station and similarly worked for the Maharajah of Indore, and for the Court of Belgium.
Numerous models of chandeliers, sconces and floor lamps of a very modern style and adapted for all uses came out of his workshops.