Jacques Limousin is a sculptor, designer and DPLG architect. He lives and works in Paris. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, he worked and was a teacher in a research center. In 1971, he taught architecture at the Julian Penninghen Academy in Paris. At the same time, Jacques Limousin designed furniture and realized prototypes. Some pieces were actually produced, such as his Helice lamp, in 1969. The hexagonal coffee table known as ‘’table- container", has been made up of 7 storage tubes and a cardboard covered with washable plastic paper. This table, produced by Limousin Design in 1971, is today in the collection of the Decorative Art Museum in Paris. Jacques Limousin has also made sculptures from his travels to Le Havres, London or Venice. He collected fragments, putted them together and reimagined in order to constitute a collection. In 1985, he settled at Les Frigos in Paris, a place of production and creation bringing together different artistic professionals. Since 1987, his sculpture-objects are presented through personal and collective exhibitions.