Dominique company, which made furniture in geometric shapes, was founded in 1922 by André Domin (1883-1962) and Marcel Genevrière (1885-1967). In 1926, Dominique joins forces with Puiforcat, Templier, Legrain and Chareau to create "the group of five", which exhibits their work together. It takes part in the fitting out of the liner Normandie, then in the 1937 Exhibition. The company's reputation for creating geometrically shaped furniture was at its peak and received orders from the Mobilier National, notably for the Elysée Palace. In 1953, André Domin resigned but the company survived under the direction of his son Alain, who took over the business. It was the "reorganised" Maison Dominique that participated in the fitting out of a luxury flat on the liner France. In 1970, Alain Domin decides to close the Maison Dominique.