It makes furniture for museums and private customers, conservatories and luxury glasswork, staircases and complex decorative metalwork for façades, as well as standard metalwork for the construction industry. It is one of the few companies to combine metalworking and work with stainless steel, brass and copper. Cold-working and shaping are employed with the stainless steel and brass, while the steel is forged. One of the specific features about the company is that it is able to produce sheet metal from a blast furnace. The bluish colour that is specific to Novalu CMD² products is obtained by not applying protective treatments to the steel, which is polished directly. The atelier has two "Best Craftsmen of France” in metalworking on its staff. The company carries out a small amount of specific restoration work for local authorities and museums. It has set up a Swiss subsidiary, "Les Vérandas du Laurier”. Its products are sold over the internet and at professional trade fairs.