Tendances

Restoration and traditional techniques

Restoration and traditional techniques

By the Rinck office

ANTOINE COURTOIS and ATELIER MÉRIGUET-CARRÈRE

Traditional techniques and the latest breakthroughs for high quality paint and restoration works (ornaments, gilding). www.ateliermeriguet.fr

RÉGIS MATHIEU

Mathieu Lustrerie, created in 1948, specialises in restoration and creation, from vintage chandeliers to 1970s floor lamps. www.mathieulustrerie.com

PIERRE BONNEFILLE

www.pierrebonnefille.com A graduate of Ecole Boulle, painter and colourist Pierre Bonnefille, is also a furniture designer (frescoes, panels...)

ÉRIC LEBLANC

Distinguished in the fall by the Bettencourt Schueller foundation, this craftsman plasterer and engraver founded his company in 1997. www.lesmetiersduplatre.com

ADAM STEINER

A metal sculptor in the vein of Eiffel, this expatriate US citizen specialises in metal lights, sculptures, and furniture. www.atelieradamsteiner.com

GUILLAUME SAALBURG

His glass company works in transparency for various international luxury brands (New York's LVMH tower, a new stairway for Hermès at 24 Faubourg, etc.) www.techniques-transparentes.com

THIERRY GOUX and RINCK

The Rinck office manages building sites, designs interiors and creates custom-made furniture. www.rinck.fr

GUY PENDANX

This celebrated craftsman, a master of 18th century techniques, designed the handrail at Versailles' ancient falconry and Peyrehorade's castle's great door. www.pendanxguy.fr

Restoration and traditional techniques