Completed last year, this credenza in oak, mica & bronze embodies the subtle sophistication of geometric details. The piece was designed by Justin Scott Interiors and inspired by the late American artist, Paul Evans, who often stylized his furniture pieces with sculptural aspects. Sitting on a bronze base and crowned with a bronze-and-mica top, the… [Read More]
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.
Atelier Viollet presents a modern interpretation of a Charlotte Perriand bookcase reimagined by Jean-Paul Viollet. The redesigned bookcase pays homage to Perriand’s use of visually stimulating geometric form. Here, the subtle tones of the mica and parchment sections are complimented by the deep blue straw marquetry. The bookcase highlights Atelier Viollet’s strength in combining varied,… [Read More]
Atelier Viollet is pleased to share that 2 of our pieces of work can be found in Architectural Digest‘s latest July issue (and featured cover story) ‘Perfect Harmony’, a distinguished and tasteful estate in Long Island designed by architect Thomas Kligerman of Ike Kligerman Barkley Architects and famed interior designer Elissa Cullman of Cullman & Kravis…. [Read More]