LES ATELIERS COURBET was born from the desire to share a passion and a culture of appreciation for material quality, detailed craftsmanship, timeless heritage and provenance pieces. Since opening its first showroom, gallery and design advisory platform in New York in 2013, the team continues to source and present rarified furniture, lighting, flooring, decorative objets and home accessories. Either culled from archive collections or currently hand-crafted by some of the most revered manufacturers in the world, the items represented by Les Ateliers Courbet bring together design luminaries and master-craftsmen who carry-on our cultural legacies through on-going artistic collaborations, timeless designs and the meticulous time-honored techniques they perpetuate.
Whether acting as a resource for interior designers and architects or catering to an international clientele of private patrons, Les Ateliers Courbet is a trusted destination for those searching home goods of family-heirloom value and impeccable fabrication details. Les Ateliers Courbet has grown a portfolio of timeless heritage pieces, sought-after collections and artist collaborations, including exclusive editions with the Estate of Francis Picabia, Serge Poliakoff, Frank Gehry, Vladimir Kagan, Aldo Bakker, Pharrell Williams and Pablo Reinoso, among others. While anchored in cultural heritage, the selected collections are both timeless and contemporary.
Set inside the Brewster Carriage House, a landmarked building located on Broome Street where SoHo intersects NoLita, the pieces are artfully arrayed in two adjoining salons. Just as the wares at Atelier Courbet are the epitome of time-honored craft, so is its 19th century building, which used to house the workshops of famous coach makers, Brewster & Co.