Chimi was born in Mexico City to a Mexican father and a French mother, he grew up in Mexico and was nourished by two cultures, two languages, two ways of looking at the world. After studying design in Mexico City, he provided executive production for photographers.
Sandrine Aimar is a graphic designer graduated from a Master in Design at ESDI (Ecole Supérieure de Design Industriel), she discovered manual screen printing by wanting to print her own graphics.
After having worked as a luxury cosmetic packaging design agency, she started her own business and created her Chez Sandrine brand … with decoration and fashion accessories printed in silk screen printing. Since the desire to share, to transmit his technique leads naturally to animate also screen printing workshops for adults and children for private events and pro events, teambuilding … A true touch to everything, passionate about manual creation , for her “A day without creating is a messy day!”
Julien Colboc, first a lumberjack, now devotes himself to scuplture on green wood, coming directly from the tree and having not undergone any drying process.
Working wood as he sees it “is learning to consider the tree, the forest, its history and its biotopes as part of the creative process.”
Passionate and self-taught, Côme began working with wood more than 6 years ago and founded his company CLB DESIGN after working in quality in the agri-food industry, logistics and the organization of cultural events.
Always looking for innovation, he likes to create his objects to meet a need or a desire design.
Bérengère is the cabinetmaker in charge of l’Établisienne workshop.
Every day, she watches over the workbench and the proper organization of the space in order to make your visit pleasant.
Marco Stefanelli is a designer and artist from Torino (Italy). Founder of The Boxer Design Studio in 2006, he experiments different materials with various poetics: the plasticity of resins, the organic nature of wood, the malleability of iron and concrete.
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.
Catherine Letrange shares her techniques and decor ryde techniques during the painting and finishing workshops.
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…