Atelier Viollet’s gypsum cabinet was recently featured in a special spring 2013 supplemental issue of New York Spaces magazine entitled The Goods. The cabinet, also featured on The World Interior Design Network, is constructed with gypsum, ebonized pearwood in a satin-lacquer finish, and silvered bronze. Read more about our gypsum and mica furniture at our website.
Atelier Viollet’s gypsum cabinet is featured on the World Interior Design Network website: “Crafted from Swiss pear wood, the new artistic cabinets with gypsum veneers feature pearl-like smooth panels that cover the doors, which are carved from a soft sulfate mineral known as gypsum. Designed innovatively with the artistic use of gypsum, the cabinet makes a… [Read More]
Step inside Atelier Viollet workshop and you’re in a refuge from the bustle of our busy neighborhood. Quietly and serenely, a dozen or so artisans are at their cooperative jobs. Every step is bespoke, whether hammering a delicate inlay or wielding giant machine that adhere woods together. Even to us, it’s a delight to watch… [Read More]
Material and finish samples are an integral part of the furniture making process here at Atelier Viollet. Our proposals routinely include the development of new samples, together with the shop drawings. These help to show how the actual materials and finishes will appear on the final product. We start working on them right after our… [Read More]
It’s a marvel to behold, a sleek black cabinet expertly crafted from Swiss pear wood and stained a deep, dark ebony” like the keys on a grand piano. That’s not what makes it special, though. Cast your eyes instead on the pearly panels that cover the doors. They’re carved from a soft sulfate mineral known… [Read More]