In the 80s he met Ettore Sottsass and collaborated with the Memphis Group in Italy. The beginning of his career was influenced by meeting with the Murano glassblowers and the French master craftsmen with whom he experimented with new forms while relying on traditional «savoir-faire». In 1994, he accomplished the Café Marly in the Palais du Louvre and in 1995, he started his collaboration with the galerie Édition Limitée Paris.
He met Olivier Gagnère in 1991 with whom he worked for four years. In 1995, he designed his first collection for Edition Limitée in his favorite field of work being natural materials. With two collections per year, there is over one hundred lighting, furniture and accessories in the French Decorative Arts tradition to be found in private hotels, restaurants, embassies and also private collectors around the world.
Architect and designer, Ettore Sottsass (1917–2007) founded in 1981 the Memphis Group, recognized as the movement which most marked the end of the twentieth century. He is also recognized as having renewed the approach of design and architecture, through a dimension both spiritual and sensorial in the definition of domestic spaces, giving great importance to color and light. In 1997, he conceived a collection of hand-thrown earthenwares boxes and vases for the Édition Limitée gallery.