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Sandra dresses furniture in Kamihimo (Japanese woven paper), which she discovers at the Maison & Objet show in 2008. She meets her Japanese manufacturer who sponsors her for two years.
This new material has immediately brought a new horizon to its creativity. Starting with her tapestry techniques, for a large part of her creations, she applies a technique of “weaving” singular for her screens, decorative panels, lights, chairs, seats …
Since then, this “weaving-weaving”, while playing with different colors, widths and textures, guides it towards compositions that are constantly evolving. Each time the network of interlacing composed of this paper, is renewed to infinity.
Everything follows little by little, Sandra responds to orders from luxury institutions (Guerlain, Christofle, Kenzo, Peugeot) and also a clientele of individuals, interior designers, decorators, …
She participated for four years at the Salon “Maison & Objet” as well as at the Salon Révélations at the Grand Palais in 2013 and she is nominated “Talent of elegance” at the Center of Luxury and Creation in 2013 …
The specialized press often echoes its work.
Sandra makes every effort to ensure that the result of her work is at once sober and elegant with a touch of singularity.
Sobriety, elegance and originality, it is inspired by the mood of the moment, its walks, its encounters.
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Nanne Prauda-Frémont was born in Finland, in the heart of the thousand lakes region. After studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Helsinki, she left for a year in Asia in order to enrich his artistic knowledge in contact with other civilizations and then moved to Paris.
Today she reinvests the history of the culture of his country is exciting for himmelis. Her project: to make known the French public while putting within reach of everyone the opportunity to express his creativity through a unique concept kit.
Bernard DESPORTES has been trained at the École Boulle in Paris.
Creator of contemporary or style objects, he manufactures pieces of furniture (inlaid or not), based on his inpiration and on order.
Miniaturist for over 20 years, he has also been trained in the U.S., where he has developed a special skill of making furniture in 1/12th scale, specifically destined to dollhouse collectors.
From the world of insurance, Virginie with a strong taste for decoration and design, decided to become a upholsterer. She obtained her degree in 2004 CAP upholstery seat. In addition, she completed and perfected his training by attending classes with a specialized dress-maker.
Virginia is now moving on her own, what she enjoys the most is to listen to her clients, she is involved in each projects. Read more…
Jeremy is passionnated by art and design. His many experiences have allowed him to diversify his initial training followed in the Companions of Duty as a roofer and gradually shifting to decoration. Read more…
After graduating from a Great Business School and worked in economy for nearly two years, Marie wanted to change to a more practical and artistic profession.
Fascinated by the world of furniture and sensitive eco-design, she decided to create her own furniture mainly based on recovered materials . Read more…
After graduating from an Interior Design School and worked for parisians agencies for a few years, Marie wanted to evolve into a more practical and artistic profession. With a strong sens of aesthetic, and a will to be closer to people, she became an up-cycled objects designer. Read more…
L’Établisienne, open 7/7 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.*
88 boulevard de Picpus
* from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. for members with reservation
Métro & RER:
Station Nation, lines 1, 2, 6, 9 & RER A
Station Picpus, line 6
Stop Picpus, lines 29 or 56
Stop Nation, lines 26, 56, 57, 86 or 351
Park Vinci Picpus Nation
In front of 96 boulevard de Picpus
Open 7/7 24/24
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Station n° 12015, 67 boulevard de Picpus (12è)
Station n° 12016, 43 avenue de Saint Mandé (12è)
Station n° 20001, 1 cours de Vincennes (20è)
Station n° 11014, 21 place de la Nation (11è)
Virve SANKALA has had a training in artisanal technics and teaching of these technics ; it is a one-of-a-kind formation available at the University of Applied Sciences of Häme, Hämeenlinna, in Finland. She is currently in Paris in order to perfect her formation at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d’Art.