Jean Boris Lacroix (1902–1984) is familiar for experts of the mid-century French design. For wider audience, his name remains still forgotten.

This 1953 floor lamp manufactured by Robert Caillat is, among others, his finest piece of lighting design, which was his speciality during the 1930s and 1950s. Unique elegant lines of his delicate lightning is visible in the use of curved rod fit tightly to the base and shade of the lamp. Red and white floor light is the masterpiece of French modernist design.

Next time about Lacroix amazing Dog-shaped lamps.