Henri Delord is a French designer. Winner of a Zellidja grant, it is during this event that he met the designer Jean-Pierre Garrault. In 1970 until 1977, they team up and create a duo which will mark the French design. Their work focuses on lighting, furniture, floor and wall coverings and interior architecture. Their creations are characterized by vibrant colors and graphic lines. Rigorous, they have a special attention to the functionality of the pieces they make. We can also note that thermoformed plastic is a material often used by the two designers. Together, they create the famous "Floor to ceiling" floor lamp in 1971. It compose of a luminous globe put in a metal structure connecting the floor and the ceiling. These lighting sets are present in 1972 at the Eurodomus show in Turin, and after edited by Chabrières. In 1972, they design the decoration of Henri Delord’s house in Chantilly. The white walls bring out the bright colors of the decorative elements of the villa. The house is huge, it opens through large windows and the absence of partitions accentuated the feeling of size.