Atelier Viollet proudly presents a new sideboard in the style of Jean-Michel Frank, whose brilliant Art Deco designs have inspired innumerable modern designers. The workshop’s admiration for Frank and his work shines through beautifully in this piece, comprised of ebonized walnut and grey parchment sideboard. The contrast between the deep stain of the walnut and… [Read More]
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This new sideboard perfectly represents the impeccable craftsmanship and beauty for which Atelier Viollet is known. Commissioned by Michael S. Smith, the piece is framed with a rich Narra veneer and paneled with dyed shagreen. Each skin was hand-picked to give the cabinet the most life, while the color-development and dyeing processes were handled by… [Read More]
In 2015, Drake/Anderson approached Atelier Viollet in the hopes of fabricating an elegant but powerful TV lift cabinet to house a 65-inch television. Because the craftspeople at Atelier Viollet enjoy nothing more than a challenge, the proposal was, of course, accepted. This beautiful sideboard, featured recently in the Elle Decor article, “House Tour: An Art-Filled… [Read More]
Atelier Viollet is pleased to share our inclusion in the Spring 2018 issue of Galerie magazine.
Atelier Viollet would like to extend a very warm and much-deserved Happy New Year to everyone near and far. We hope 2018 brings plenty of happiness and success!
Designed by Georgis & Migorodsky, Atelier Viollet proudly introduces its blackened mica and black nickel console. The latest in the workshop’s achievements, this console takes on the traditional curved form, but with a twist: the legs are united by cross-bars at the bottom. The console also plays with light and color. Although both the mica… [Read More]
Commissioned by Brian O’Sullivan Studio, Atelier Viollet has fabricated a set of Night Tables in French Walnut. This exceptional veneer provides rich colors and a vibrant sense of movement.
Atelier Viollet is pleased to introduce an interpretation of a Charlotte Perriand sideboard, realized by Jean-Paul Viollet. The sideboard itself is composed of oak, while the doors are made of parchment accented by gold leaf details. The piece assumes a sophisticated, minimalist approach to geometric subtlety achieved by the square doors and its rectangular frame.