Both graduates of France’s legendary institution, Les Compagnons du Devoir, master craftsmen Bruno Domeau and Philippe Pérès joined forces in the 1990’s to open the now renowned atelier Domeau & Pérès in Paris.  The atelier has garnered worldwide recognition for the acute design perspective and combined craftsmanship expertise of the two masters - both recipients of France's honoring title of Chevaliers des Arts et des Lettres.


A long-kept-secret destination for their meticulous work and comprehensive expertise, Domeau & Pérès have collaborated with countless luminaries such as Marc Newson, Andrée Putman, Pharrel Williams, and Colette in Paris. The studio works on special commissions for clients including Falcon Jet, Hermès, LVMH, Krug, Karl Lagerfeld, Dior, Berluti, the Bridge Club in Bridgehampton, and the Royal Monceau in Paris amongst others.


With guest artists including Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Martin Szekely, Christophe Pillet, Matali Crasset, Pablo Reinoso, and Eric Jourdan, Domeau & Pérès have grown an iconic signature collection of clever design pieces widely published and museum exhibited. Today the collection is presented exclusively at Les Ateliers Courbet. 





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