Contemporary furniture and precious wood decors
Louis-Marie manages the workshops of restoration and creation of fine furniture. He also acts as a broker of objects and furniture of art. Claire is an interior decorator and head of the design office. While Louis-Marie concentrates on the line, Claire focuses her attention on materials and colors possessing an innate gift for enhancing volumes.
Objects and furniture are characterized by their elegance, and their pure and timeless lines.
Precious woods, shagreen, parchment, leather mixed brass, bone or mother-of-pearl turn into coffee tables, sofa pieces, consoles, cabinets, boxes and mirrors but also precious cases …
The originality of this french house is not only the use of rare and exceptional materials but also to incorporate some of its furniture with secret mechanisms revealing a hidden drawer or hidden niche.
Each item is unique, using traditional cabinet-making techniques from the 18th Century such as marquetry and stamp-varnishing. The assembly, clothing and finishing are carried out by hand.
Savoir-faire and expertise
Skills : multidisciplinary workshops combining cabinet-making, marquetry, metalworking, stamp-varnishing and other ancient finishing techniques.
Rare and exceptionnal materials, with an unlimited number of hues, such as:
- Precious woods : Brazilian rosewood, Macassar ebony, violet wood, burr elm, lemon tree, padouk wood, amaranth wood,
- Glosses : gold leaf on lacquered wood
- Exotic skins : shagreen, snake
- Leathers : full-grain,smooth leather, parchment
- Suede skins
- Other materials : brass ,bone , mother-of-pearl
Unique luxury objects : cigar cases, jewelry boxes, liquor cabinets… and many other pieces of art to be defined.
Restoration of objects and furniture for private collectors or for public cultural institutions (Louvre museum, Château de Versailles, Cleveland Museum of Art in Ohio …)
Some prestigious references
High end residences and apartments
Numerous customers all round the world : Paris, London…
Museums and castles
Castles : Château de Versailles
Museums : Musée des Arts Décoratifs (Bordeaux), Musée du Louvre, Cleveland Museum of Art (USA).