WELCOME TO THE WORKSHOP
AT THE WORKSHOP
We have installed our machines in the town of Malaunay, near Rouen in Normandy.
Green and well surrounded, we adjoin the premises of an old Norman dyeing factory, where our neighbor brews beer.
(For our greatest happiness!)
THIS IS WHERE
COME TO LIFE
Our guiding principle is to offer unique, well thought-out creations that are made to last and be loved.
Our ideas come to us every day: while talking, while noticing the photos accumulating in a box or while coming back from a weekend with a bouquet of wild flowers without knowing where to put it. So we take our best pencil and we draw first sketches, we prototype, we redraw...
We work with local species such as oak and chestnut, from managed forests in Normandy.
The next logical step is to bring these creations to life by making them. It is in our workshop that we make the whole collection in a handcrafted way with a lot of love.
Each piece is carefully crafted with the utmost attention to detail and is a testament to our expertise as a cabinetmaker.
FROM PLOT TO PACKAGE
EVERYTHING IS DONE IN THE WORKSHOP
WELL THOUGHT-OUT OBJECTS
simple and timeless design
quality and careful finishing
LOCAL & SUSTAINABLE WOOD
from managed forests near the workshop
by hand by ourselves
always in a good mood
in the countryside, near Rouen
with great neighbors artisans
LOCAL AND ARTISANAL MANUFACTURING
Each product in the collection is made by a great team of cabinetmakers.
Our traditional machines and our skills as cabinetmakers allow us to transform the material, to develop our own manufacturing processes in series. Thus, mastering our production allows us to ensure a constant quality, to be efficient and to propose French craftsmanship at a price that remains accessible.
We work with wood species from Normandy, mainly oak and chestnut. The oak is a noble wood, very beautiful and lasts in time. On the other hand, the less known chestnut has the same durability, robustness and also has aesthetic qualities.
We get our wood from a sawmill a few kilometers from the workshop. This sawmill gets its wood directly from the surrounding forests in Normandy. It was important for us to favor local partners in order to limit the intermediaries.