In 1969, finding no coffee table that pleases her, Marie-Claude decides to create herself one with a top in polyester resin with inclusions of brass shavings. Her Friends, sometimes famous, are Fouquière first clients.
In 1970 Lacloche gallery devoted an exhibition for her work and the success start soon.
Marie-claude de Fouquière creates, on demand, tables of all sizes, but also objects, lamps, panels, and even a entire bathroom. She works famous with interior designers, David Hicks for the Emirate of Qatar, Alberto Pinto and also Janson furniture for which she creates exclusive models.
Marie-claude Fouquière has fun and his entourage of friends artists pushed her to invent new models, such as a table with plates, glasses, cutlery inserted into the slab thickness, a table with thumbs (hers) , grass, candy, bicycle valves, cork and stone or simple transparency.
In 1977, Marie-claude of Fouquière completely ceases its activity following the death of her husband.