Atelier Viollet is honored to be included in Architectural Digest’s May 2017 Issue, featuring two oak tables inspired by Jean-Michel Frank. Please take a moment to peruse the complete Palm Beach property.
The Official Atelier Viollet Blog
In recent years, mica has become one of the more popular materials found in Atelier Viollet’s furniture. Thanks to an innovative community of designers that collaborate with Atelier Viollet, the studio is able to develop inspiring new and unique variations of mica finishes. Mica has many uses. It is found in a variety of scientific… [Read More]
Atelier Viollet introduces another masterpiece in mica: the Side Table in Mica & Hammered Bronze. Designed by Noel Jeffrey, both surfaces are adorned in a randomized grid pattern of mica plates. The side table‘s borders are a hammered bronze in a dark patina created by La Forge de Style. Each leg bears a flat, light… [Read More]
Atelier Viollet is pleased to announce its latest cabinet creation, the “Silvered Mica Cabinet”. Designed by Noel Jeffrey, the piece features a random grid of mica plates. Each door is subtly ornamented with bronze pulls, which open up to feature a set of interior drawers. Outlined by rift oak borders, the cabinet’s earthen tones are… [Read More]
Atelier Viollet would like to thank everyone in our extended workshop family of decorators, clients, and collaborators for a successful 2016! We look forward to working together on all of our exciting projects for the upcoming year. We also wish everyone a happy Holiday Season as well as a Happy New Year.
Commissioned by Victoria Hagan, Atelier Viollet has fabricated an orange desk in Incienso wood. This vibrant color is natural to the wood and adds variety to the extensive collection of desks. Yet another geometric achievement for the workshop.