Roger Fatus (1926-?) is a French designer and interior architect. In 1953, he graduated from the National School of Decorative Arts in Paris. Two years later, he started working for the decorator Jacques Dumond, at Janine Abraham and Dick Jan Rol’s side. In 1958, Roger Fatus founded his own agency in Paris. He created furnitures for Sentou and made lightings edited by Disderot. He also realized various projects in interior architecture and worked often with his brother Marc Fatus, architect. From 1966 to 1970, Roger Fatus became vice-president of the Society of Decorators Artists. He won the « Grand Prix National du Meuble » in 1967 and the « Prix René Gabriel » in 1969. Teacher at the ENSAD, he then became director of the Camondo School from 1982 to 1989.