WITH PHOTOGRAPHER NICOLAS HÉRON
On the occasion of our upcoming exhibition 'Les Bleus de Sévres,' Les Ateliers Courbet invites you to tour the manufacture and discover the time-honored techniques and processes carried on by the revered ceramicists.
See Nicolas Héron's photography for the 'Gestes et Métiers' Publication HERE
Founded in 1882, Wiener Silber Manufactur originally produced the silver dining and serving sets of the Hapsburg Royal Palaces. The revered silversmiths of Vienna was quickly influenced by the early modernists during Austria Secessionism. With extensive collaborations with Josef Hoffmann, Otto Prutscher and Kolo Moser, the manufacturers count some of the most iconic Wiener Werkstätte designs among their archives.
In Fall 2016, Les Ateliers Courbet presents Wiener Silber Manufactur's very first US retrospective including some of these iconic silver pieces and latest collaborations with designers including Zaha Hadid, Tomás Alonso and Ted Muehling.
VISIT OUR WEAVERS' ATELIER IN NEPAL
Discover the palette of savoir-faire involved in the making of Sabine de Gunzburg's rugs collection.
Les Ateliers Courbet opens the doors of the Nepalese ateliers and extends the vast array of customization offered by the highly-skilled silk dyers and weavers.
LES ATELIERS COURBET presents the timeless collection and on-going legacy of Lobmeyr, Austria’s revered glassblowers since 1823.
Former purveyor of the Imperial Court of Vienna as well as those of Sweden, Spain, Germany,
Lobmeyr's impeccable glassware is historically collected by aesthetes around the world.
THE SIGNATURE COLLECTIONS OF FRANCE'S REVERED SILVERSMITHS
LES ATELIERS COURBET is honored to represent France’s silversmiths workshop of Puiforcat.
Our offering of silver works include the sought after Art Deco designs of Puiforcat's fourth-generation, Jean Puiforcat, elegant silverware and cutlery hand-crafted in the Parisian shop, and the latest artist signature collections with guest-designers such as Aldo Bakker, Patrick Jouin and Paloma & Juan Garrido.
Japanese Ki-Oke Stool
The chic, minimal Ki-Oke Stool embodies the simple beauty and sophisticated elegance of two complimentary design heritages.
Designed by OeO in Denmark, the piece was inspired by Japanese traditions and meticulously crafted in Kyoto
by seventh generation master-woodcrafter, Nakagawa Mokkougei.