Since at least the French Revolution in 1789, our family has been in the weaving business and passed down its skills from generation to generation. Our artisanal craft was passed on from father to daughter, and now from mother to daughter. It is important to us to maintain a family atmosphere at our company, to give it a more personal touch and so that each piece is a work of love and personal pride for us.
Being the inheritors of the savoir-faire of our parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents, we possess a large collection of family archives that provide us with patterns, designs, and methods for Jacquard weaving that goes back over a century, and on which we rely to create our original designs today. Always trying to be ahead of our time, our weaving atelier has always evolved to try out new techniques and innovations in textile making. Christine’s father, Régis, initiated the effort to modernize the family business, and his daughter continues his efforts to this day, giving the workshop as many resources as possible and enabling us to weave and create the impossible.