GLASSMAKING KNOW-HOW AT THE SERVICE OF THE REPUBLIC
The Élysée Palace entrusts the manufacture of its glasses to LA ROCHÈRE, a French company of excellence. The sale of these glasses contributes to the financing of the renovation of the Elysee Palace, 300 years after its construction.founded in 1475, the oldest glass factory in France is a company that is committed.
PATRICK BERGER & JACQUES ANZIUTTI
The curved tiles accompany the movements of transport users, guiding the artificial light. Their thickness and transparency creates optical
effects throughout the station. The traveller's eye is now drawn into the depth of the silver waves rippling along the walls, like the surface
of a river.
which houses Vincent van Gogh in his final resting place, recreates the atmosphere of the 19th century cafés where the mythical Green Fairy was the muse of artists during the Impressionist era.
Fountains, glasses, absinthe spoons were part of the art of the table in the 19th century. Today, their reproduction allows us to relive this period but with more moderation! M.C. DELAHAYE
Fabrice is interested in objects related to food and in particular in objects to be placed on the table during meals: jugs, bottles, plates,...
He is sensitive to the possible use of his creations, and does not wish them to be simple decorations.
In 2018 Christian reunited with Daum and created the "Sand" collection, composed of numerous pieces inspired by organic worlds.
With La Rochère, it is an industrial approach to glass, new to him, that allows him to design the "Boudoir" collection
Laurence likes to play with transparency, which is why her favorite material is glass.
"Small objects are never just small objects, but they must enchant everyday life.
"The logic that is dear to me is that of making a modest, discreet and unpretentious design.
Exploring numerous materials, Jean-François D'Or sublimates them without ostentation.
Simple and logical his objects impose themselves by the obviousness and the legibility of their concept as much as by their discreet poetry.
His work has just been crowned by a Henry Van de Velde Label.
Convinced that innovation does not necessarily mean "doing better", but above all "doing differently", this look at current practices allows me to divert habits and processes, by telling stories of today in objects full of mischief!
His designs combine a subtle understanding of tradition with a certain playfulness and transformation to meet contemporary demands, and he has won several awards.
STUDIO LA RACINE
After having accompanied the revival of French brands such as Émile Henry ceramics, it was only natural that Tiphaine Chouillet, Tania Clémente and La Rochère should meet. The studio reinvents the Heritage brands with passion and designs the products of tomorrow with the desire to reveal the roots of the companies.
Passionate about French know-how, the La Racine studio strives to express curves and materials for contemporary products, in all generosity.