Modern & Contemporary Art - Group 'Forces Nouvelles' - Abstract art of the 50s
Philippe Allemand (1958)
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A cabinetmaker and creator of inlay who trained with the Compagnons du Devoir before attending the Ecole Boulle, Philippe Allemand joined major Parisian workshops such as those of Jacques PERRIN and Bernard STEINITZ very early on. After a few years, the desire to create his own workshop became too strong, a project he brought to life in 1985 in the Auvergne region.
The Workshop developed its business around two unusual areas of expertise in restoration and in creation. This is how over the years he gradually acquired fame and major projects such as the Orient Express and the French Senate. In parallel, interior decoration projects were awarded to him for architects, Foundations, and private clients who are connoisseurs and owners of major residences.
His prestigious and well-recognized skills (the Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant label) have now allowed him to offer his own furniture range, designed in association with the designer Laurent DUPIN. Born from the desire to offer sophisticated objects, noble materials and high quality manufacturing.