Luis M. Feduchi, after completing his studies at the beginning of the 1930s, together with Vicente Eced, won the competition to build the Carrión building on the Gran Vía in Madrid. His work as an architect was always linked to the design of furniture and interior design. He was artistic director of the company Rolaco in the late thirties and resumed it after the Civil War in the early fifties. He made many film scenographies and was director of that subject in the incipient National School of Cinematography. He wrote several books on furniture being one of the most influential for the renewal of taste and the introduction of modern furniture in Spain published in 1955 called Interiors of Today.