Michel Boyer designed contemporary furniture that used the materials of his time: stainless steel, aluminum, post-formed laminate, fiberglass, and lacquer. He favored structured, solid forms often playing with full and empty spaces. Boyer designed this Low Table for the interiors of the Rothschild Bank in Paris. He was commissioned to develop contemporary interiors for the final structure, which was designed by American architect Max Abramovitz, designer of Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall in New York City. The Rothschild Bank building was completed in 1970, setting a new standard for refined, contemporary French style.