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Woodworking : cutting and assembly

Découpe et assemblage à l'Etablisienne

Mortise and tenon, tongue, lamellos …? A practical course of 2h30.

Become familiar with the tools and actions needed to woodworking. The course, lasting 2 hours and an half. We will teach you to master the vocabulary and tools, you are a beginner or want to refine your knowledge.

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Practical – Cutting and assembly 2

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Assemblage-Bois_Atelier-Location-Cours-Stage-Menuiserie-DIY-Outils_L'Etablisienne-ParisYou have discovered the different techniques of cutting and joining wood at a first workshop. Come to practice by conducting A to Z of an object from plans supplied and pre-cut materials.

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Woodworking: Traditional joints by hand

Dovetail, tenon-mortise and half-wood

ETABLISIENNE  During this 3-hour workshop, you will learn how to draw and realize three types of traditional joints: a tenon-mortise with a shoulder; a half-wood; a dovetail.

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Woodworking : The router

Stage défonceuse Etablisienne ParisPortable electric machine not well known but used in carpentry, cabinet making, violin making, and in many woodworking, it allows a multitude of operations.

Come discover the router during this 2-hour workshop. Read more…

Morning workshop

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Do I restore or not ?

Etablisienne Restauration de meuble

You wish to restore a piece of furniture, but you don’t know where to begin ?

This course aims at teaching how to observe your pieces of furniture : the style, manufacturing, materials used… Restoring a piece of furniture is also respecting the original manufacturing. Bernard Desportes is the person in charge of this course, and will be the one to tell you if your piece of furniture can be restored, and how to do it properly.

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Making workshop

Fabriquer à l'Etablisienne

You need help to make your own piece of furniture ?

A coffee table, headboard, lamp, stool …?

Whatever the furniture or object that you want to make yourself, we invite you to come  in the workshops of L’Établisienne.

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Workshops

atelier-stages_l-etablisienne_paris_adrien-daste-fondation-EYCourses to start or improve in the areas of furniture, the decoration and the house to yourself, out of curiosity or for the sake of learning.

Group lessons two to three hours of weekly sessions, workshops and multi-day lessons are offered in workshops equipped and dedicated to the practice.

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A workshop in Paris dedicated to DIY, decorating, restoring, creating, personalizing, manufacturing…

Atelier_location-cours-stages_L-Etablisienne-Paris_photo-Adrien-Daste-Fondation- EYA unique place dedicated to make-yourself, furniture and housing.

A self-service workshop, a shop, a consignment, a relaxation area for documenting inspire you.

 

Make your own stool

Make your own stool during a workshop

A workshop to make this stool especially designed by Marie Siudak.

This workshop will give you the opportunity to implement the various achievements ov three different workshop : cuts and assemblies, routers and circular saws.

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Wood : carpenter, cabinet-maker…

A material long used by men

Wood has always been favored for construction, furnishing, or for insulation or heating. Mulberry bark was used for paper by the Chinese. Also, wood always had an important place in art.

  • Construction :

Wood is an essential material in architecture, used in every type of construction from parquet floor to framework. Houses and buildings are always more or less made of wood, as well as pieces of furniture, boats, musical instruments...

Wood is used so much because it has many benefits : robust, insulating, durable, ecological thanks to sustainably managed forests, also pleasant to use. Moreso, some problem inherent to its use have now been counteracted : for instance, wood-eating organisms are now disposed of with specific products.

  • Cabinet :

The cabinetmaker and the carpenter don’t work the same way. The carpenter makes pieces of furniture or solid wood structures, while the cabinetmaker, after having built a wood structure, covers it with a thin layer of fine wood, called veneer. The cabinetmaker ths has to pay attention to the different natures and shapes of wood all throughout the process of creation.

  • Marquetry :

Marquetry is another wood art, it’s a decor the marquetry cabinetmaker builds from veneer, after a drawing, in order to give them a particular shape. He then assembles them, forming a whole that will be pasted on a support, like a painting or a piece of furniture.

That art developed especially during the Trecento in Italia, then was used a lot for Louis XIV and Louis XV style furniture.

The different types of wood

  •  Trees :

Based on the weather, different trees develop and generate different types of wood. With a temperate climate, we will have conifers such as pine, and fir, or hardwood such as aspen or birch. Some, like fruit trees, among others, are not grown for their wood, like cherry for example, but they can still be useful in cabinetmaking and marquetry.

  •  Types of wood specific to certain uses :

 The most common types of wood

 Oak is the traditional type of wood for framework, along with chestnut and spruce, for they don’t rot. Oak was also used a lot in naval construction.

Charm and maple are very useful for heating, because they produce more heat per cubic meter than most types.

Cabinetmaking types of wood

 Cherry is a light brown wood that can replace mahogany, and is used to make solid furniture in carpentry, as well as veneering.

Walnut is a low density, colorful and veined wood, favored for veneering.

Maple is a very light, almost white wood, and one of the most favored type for cabinetmakers.

Plane tree is a light, solid and moisture resistant type, although a bit dificult to use sometimes.

Fir is a light and quite solid wood, used for solid furniture, and also for parquet floors and stairs.

Exotic wood, such as mahogany, ebony, yew and lemon tree, is especially used in marquetry Read more…

How making round shapes with wood ?

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Bending

Discover with Bernard Desportes at this 2-hour workshop how to create round shapes in wood. He will explain the technique of bending using a vacuum press.

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Bernard Desportes

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.

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Woodworking : the miter saw

The mitter saw

Scie à onglet

  • Miter angle of 52 ° left / 60 ° right for cuts in the most different angles
  • Tilt saw head for miter cuts up to 47 ° left and right

Visit of the Établisienne by Marie Claire

A report made by Marie Clair idées to discover the Établisienne.

Veneering : discovering the different natures of wood and the tools used

Bois de placage à l'Etablisienne ParisThis 2 hours course will be provided by Bernard Desportes and will allow you to discover the natures of wood used in veneering, as well as the tools necessary. Anyone can participate, novices or not, but it might be difficult to follow for not french speaking people. Read more…

Wood lathe

Tour à boisTraining lathe is provided on request during a workshop .

This machine is available for rent  for € 1 additional hour.

Distance between centers: 410 mm

Height of centers: 152 mm,

Diameter 300 mm above the bench

Diameter 235 mm pitches in the tool holder.

Workshop and “A la carte” Coaching

Atelier accompagné à l'Etablisienne

Just some one to advise, to show you and to help you when you need or a one-to-one apointement with an expert, you can choose the kind of coaching you want

Find out the schedule list of workshops together: manufacturing and restoration

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