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Ateliers Courbet, the gallery of master artisans, in New York

Ateliers Courbet, the gallery of master artisans, in New York

An international cultural embassy in New York, Ateliers Courbet gathers innovative master artisans in the same gallery space.

Ateliers Courbet, the gallery of master artisans, in New York


In Manhattan's bohemian Nolita district, the very Frenchy Mélanie Courbet has reconverted a former coach factory into a gallery that showcases talents in the world of design and art craftsmanship. Between loft and museum, the place, highlighting the exhibited works, with major scenographies, features a few exclusivities and unique pieces that are creating the buzz in New York.

Master artisans are showcased at Ateliers Courbet

A sign of acknowledgement for its precise selection or timeless pieces, and a programme of exhibitions highlighting the know-how of European, Asian and North American manufacturers. Today, this outstanding work produces its effects with 30 professionals anchored in the cultural patrimony and collections comprising œuvres excerpted from archives or contemporary ones.

Ateliers Courbet side table and screens
Made of stones, brass and bronze, the Cremino side tables and the Tropical Fossil screens were created by Ginaluca Pacchioni. © DR
Les Ateliers Courbet Contour table and chair
In oak or maple wood, the Contour tables and chairs of Bodo Sperlein are fluid, with impeccable curves. © DR

An eclectic New York gallery with exclusive collections

In narrow collaboration with the creative studios, the gallery, that was the very first to present the bicycle of Pharell William, designed by the duo Domeau & Pérès, features edition of artists' carpets such as Frank Gehry and Vladimir Kagan, as well as the collections of Lobmeyr and Wiener Silber Manufactur by Aldo Bakker. An eclectic array that is an ideal spot for a Sunday stroll downtown Manhattan…

Les Ateliers Courbet Tonus stool
Symbol of Organic Morphing, the Tonus stool, by Aldo Bakker, takes on an indigo overtone. © DR

Another vision of aesthetics and design

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