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Structural and wrought metalwork
24 rue des Prés
67120 Duppigheim

Tel : +33(0)3 88 49 11 56

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Sale to private individuals and professionals

Since 1812, Schaffner has seen seven generations of metal workers pass through the company. It currently employs just over 40 employees in 4,500 sqm of space and possesses proven expertise, achieving exceptional results.

The skills and experience of its staff, its large design office and its high-performance, modern equipment allow it to conceive, design, build and install outsized works: monumental stairs, fixed and sliding motorised windows for long doors, indoor and outdoor stairs, wrought ironwork, metalwork, fine metalwork, metal joinery, metal structures, decoration and restoration of historic monuments.span style="font-weight: bold;">


With a rare expertise founded in the mastery of traditional, sophisticated techniques, Schaffner has the ability to work on high-end sites and meet the most unusual and original orders. It is by proposing new, tailored solutions that the company meets both the most demanding challenges and satisfies the most demanding customers all over the world.


Often recognised in the media and rewarded by professionals and experts in its sector, Schaffner is an established reference in its field. Projects to which it has lent its unique expertise and standards of excellence include: development of the first floor of the Eiffel Tower (Paris), monumental staircase of the National University Library in Strasbourg, the monumental staircase for Louis Vuitton on Avenue Montaigne (Paris), doorway of the Elysée (Paris), structural steel work for the lobby of the Louis Vuitton Foundation (Paris), gate of the National Assembly (Paris), staircase, railing and chandelier for various Tiffany & Co shops (Prague, Frankfurt Nice), railings and access ramp to the Louvre (Paris), monumental stairs to the MEDEF head office (Strasbourg), outside stairs to the European Parliament (Strasbourg), doorways and wrought iron staircases for suites at r the Mandarin Oriental (Paris), ‘Petit Palais’ inspired banister railings (private mansion in Dubai), metalwork railing for the Dior Monaco boutique, etc.