Henri Lieber

Henri Lieber (1911-1987) was a French industrial designer who began his career as a cabinetmaker before transitioning to industrial design in the 1930s. He was known for his functional elegance and use of modern materials such as aluminum and plastics, heavily influenced by the Art Deco and Bauhaus movements. Lieber worked with leading manufacturers including Air France, Pirelli, and Philips, leaving behind a legacy of innovative and timeless designs. In addition to his industrial design work, he was also an accomplished painter and sculptor.