Jean-Louis Domecq (1925-1992) was a prominent French furniture designer known for his elegant, minimalistic style that incorporated a range of materials, including wood, metal, and leather. He was particularly celebrated for his use of tubular metal frames in his designs, which were a hallmark of the mid-century modern style. Domecq studied architecture and interior design, becoming a key figure in the French furniture industry during the mid-20th century. Some of his most notable designs include the L'oiseau table and the Scoubidou chair. Today, his work is widely collected and admired by collectors and design enthusiasts worldwide.