This week we are excited to share another beautiful design by Peter Marino. This lovely bed and pair of night tables feature a parchment wrap, a finish specified by the world’s top decorators for some of their most exquisite projects. Atelier Viollet has been creating parchment masterpieces like these for over 25 years and was… [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.Â 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 has recently been featured in a Huffington Post article by interior designer and decorator Gail Green, entitled Six Unique Materials Will Make You Reimagine Design.Â The article runs through some of the workshop’s most popular and commonly used materials or techniques,Â which are introduced as “underused materials that are now making a comeback.” Having worked… [Read More]
Atelier Viollet is currently working on a cabinet adorned in a shagreen faÃ§ade. ItsÂ curved top and base nod to the workshop’s practiceÂ of geometric harmony between forms and patterns. The hinged doors will open up to aÂ parchmentÂ interior composed in rectangular planes. Designed by Atelier Viollet, the project should be completed within the next few months and… [Read More]
Atelier Viollet looks backÂ on design magazine Objekt International‘s feature of their work in aÂ breathtakingÂ Mayan-style home. Based in the outskirts of Austin, Texas, the projectÂ was spearheaded by designer Fern Santini, architect Paul Lamb, and builder David Escobedo. Apart from this talented trifecta, the project necessitated an entire team of designers and artisans to achieve its finalized… [Read More]