1915 - 2003
Belgian graphic designer, architect, interior designer. Belgian graphic designer, architect and interior designer. Born on 19 June 1915 and died in 2003, Lou taught at the Institut supérieur des arts décoratifs in Brussels from 1942 to 1980. During her career, she made a name for herself mainly through the construction and decoration of stands. At the 1939 World's Fair in New York, she designed three stands for the Belgian pavilion. She also designed no less than eight pavilions at Expo 1958 in Brussels. One of these pavilions, the 'Electric House', was designed in collaboration with the architect Jaques Dupuis. She won a gold medal for this project.