Michel Boyer designed contemporary furniture that used the materials of his time: stainless steel, aluminium, laminate formed post, fibreglass, or lacquer. He favoured structured, solid forms often playing with the full and empty spaces. Some of these pieces became icons of the 1970s French style: the PLM chauffeuses, an armchair consisting of metal tube and leather roll cushions, and of course his famous steel stools. Boyer has also created remarkable lamps of great simplicity and objects of every kind. Michel Boyer is one of the last great interior designers to remain faithful to the principles of modernity. Here, we explore a selection of some of his best minimalist works.