Jacques Adnet is an architect and a designer who has created elegant geometrical furniture with new materials, allying tradition and modernity.
Jacques Blin is a ceramist who seduced with his creations of perfectly balanced curves and style characterized by the presence of animals and scenes of everyday life. The enamel of his works boasts an aspect which we can qualify as parietal thanks to the technique of the line-engraving, that is made on dry earth.
Jean-Charles de Castelbajac is a fashion designer who is known for his innovative approach filled with recycles and with references to childhood or to art, the whole in a very colored atmosphere.
Jean-Jacques Beaumé is a designer whose work is full of references to masters of the decorative arts, juxtapositions of warm colors, rhythmical punctuations; the whole creating a universe very in the 30s which still combines with modernity to contemporary interiors.
Jean-Michel Wilmotte is an architect, urban planner and French designer who realizes a big work of composition and construction of lines and volumes. His sophisticated designs have the peculiarity to reinvent perpetually so as to always be elegant and timeless.
Jean-Philippe Charbonnier is a photographer who worked for the film industry and the press. Thanks to his worldwide photoreports he fed the visual landscape of the French. Considered as a humanist photographer, he draws the attention of the public and receives in 1996 the Grand Prize of Photography of the city of Paris.
The Kéramis factory established in 1841 is considered as a Belgian industry flagship thanks to its exceptional diversely influenced works but also in its productions of Art Nouveau and Art Deco.