With a collection of furniture pieces made in collaboration with Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Martin Szekely, Eric Jourdan, and Pharrell Williams, Domeau & Peres have long been the favorites of Paris’ Design, Art and Fashion scene. Over the years, they have collaborated with countless luminaries such as Andree Putman, Marc Newson, Colette or worked on special commissions for clients including Karl Lagerfeld, the Royal Monceau Hotel in Paris, the House of Champagne Krug, amongst others.
Master craftsmen Bruno Domeau and Philip Peres joined venture in the early 90's bringing together their respective expertise in saddling and upholstery. As they launched their collaborative enterprise, they started to gain immediate recognition for the impeccably detailed execution of their work and their close attention to every projects' nature and needs.
Domeau & Peres' savoir-faire combines comprehensive knowledge of the craft, the material and a constant pursuit of perfection in the making and the finishes. Their sensitivity for felt and refined leather has become part of their trademark. The quality of their work is often compared to that of couture houses.
The two partners have launched their own furniture line made in collaboration with established contemporary designers including Christophe Pillet, Ronan et Erwan Bouroullec, Matali Crasset, Andrée Putman, Martin Szekely, Eric Jourdan, Pablo Reinoso, Angie Anakis... The collection is presented by Atelier Courbet in exclusivity in the United States.
Introducing Atelier Courbet, anew gallery and a shop that has scoured the globe for the most exquisite objects, furniture pieces, textiles, and home accessories. Crafted by some of the world’s most skilled hands, in workshops or manufactures established as far back as the 16th century, the tightly curated selection encompasses one-of-a-kind and limited-edition pieces that marry traditional techniques with contemporary design.
Steps away from SoHo, Atelier Courbet is a place to discover treasures from France, Japan, Italy, Mali or Mongolia for your home.
Accompanying the Domeau & Pérès collection one finds intricately cut crystal by The Cristallerie Royale de Saint-Louis, the oldest glassmaker in Europe as well as museum-quality silver by Puiforcat, considered the most important French Art Deco silversmith. Handwoven textiles by Hosoo, founded in 1688 and declared a National Living Treasure by the Japanese government can be found tea-ceremony ceramics from the 400-year-old pottery Asahiyaki or wooden vessels seamlessly joined by Nakagawa Mokkougei, which uses a technique passed down from father to son for generations. Organic indigo fabrics by international artist Aboubakar Fofana come as a splash of color while, rooted in Mongolia, Oyuna’s plushest cashmere accessories are a world of travels on their own.
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