After 200 years of existence, the Maison Braquenié is celebrating its bicentenary and launching a collection of fabrics, wallpapers, rugs and carpets, as impressive in its scope as in the number of archival documents that make it up.
The BRAQUENIE COLLECTION service is the result of a unique collaboration, the story of a meeting between textile and porcelain, between materials and colors, between two French companies, Pierre Frey and Bernardaud.
Djo-Bourgeois! A mythical name for fans of the modernist movement, which hides a couple of artists with complementary talents: Georges Djo-Bourgeois, known as Djo-Bourgeois, architect and designer with a dazzling career, and Elise, his wife, textile designer.
Committed to the preservation of specialist knowledge, Pierre Frey has acquired the English editor and printer BERNARD THORP, artisan creator of made-to-order fabrics and wallpapers.
Pierre Frey is collaborating this year with designer Christophe Delcourt to create a line of furniture, the Virgule collection. With its pure lines, modularity and comfort, this collection will delight the hearts of purists.
Alexandre Benjamin Navet breathes a touch of modernity into the Toile de Tour for the "Matières à l'oeuvre" exhibiti...
A fabric editor and a ceramist: who said they don't go together? Pierre Frey X L'atelier Buf...