LES ATELIERS COURBET is a showroom with an adjacent gallery in New York City presenting exquisite objects, furniture, textile, lighting collections and home accessories scoured from the world’s most revered workshops established as far back as the 16th century. Like galleries to artists, the team represents a portfolio of master-craftsmen that carry-on a design and craft legacy as they devote their life to master the time honored techniques and traditional savoir-faire that will then be passed along to the next generations. The showroom aims to support these workshops and extend their smithery to our contemporary lifestyle. Atelier Courbet bridges its international portfolio of manufacturers to a clientele of interior designers while creating exclusive collaborations between the masters and contemporary artists, designers or guest luminaries of today. The tightly curated selection encompasses one-of-a-kind and limited edition pieces.
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. Today, many of the building’s original details have been carefully refurbished and maintained by real estate developer and brilliant designer, Ross Morgan.