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26 September 2014
Haworth: specialist in office furniture and interior design for service industries
A tradition of fine cabinet-making, furniture design and manufacturing dating back to 1920 exists in Saint-Hilaire de Loulay in the Vendée region. The Haworth brand has modernised this 100% French production facility, which today combines high-end expertise and industrial manufacturing in the production of office furniture. This earned them Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant accreditation in 2012.
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01 July 2014
Aisthésis, design with spirit
For over 20 years, Aisthésis has been creating bespoke furniture for decorators and individuals alike, and producing its own collections. A skilful blend of age-old expertise and unmistakably modern lines, Jérôme Cordié’s designs have a meaning, an inspiration drawn from the heart of mythology, symbolism and History. The use of natural materials, such as shagreen, mica, parchment, horn, mother-of-pearl, etc., reinforces this search for harmony with nature. Rare expertise that was recognised with the EPV label in 2006.
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12 May 2014
The keeper of cutlery know-how in Thiers: the André Verdier cutlery house
Since the beginning of the 19th century, the Verdier name has been engraved in the steel of its master cutlers’ blades. Located in Celles sur Durolles, near Thiers in the Puy-de-Dôme department, Aubry and Ronan Verdier, the 6th generation, now manage the family company which, since 1936, bears the name of their grandfather, André Verdier. The André Verdier house has had the Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (Living Heritage Company) label since 2012, and is the keeper of cutlery know-how in Thiers, certifying that all its items are designed and produced in France. Let’s take a look behind the scenes at this grand old House founded in 1859.
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23 January 2014
Beauvillé, Manufacture d'Impression sur Etoffes: creator of household linens by tradition
In Ribeauvillé, in the Haut-Rhin department, they have been printing textiles for nearly two centuries. And even though the Beauvillé brand is only a little more than 20 years old, the Manufacture d'Impression sur Etoffes perpetuates the know-how applied here and whose international fame goes back to the Exposition Universelle of 1900 in Paris. With the Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (Living Heritage Company) label since 2009, the manufacture is uncompromising in its choice of fabrics: the finest cotton yarns are woven into a satin with a peach-like feel. Let’s take a look!
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