Haute Facture is an online sales website and an exhibition producer dedicated to exceptional furniture and unique objects from contemporary know-how of the arts and crafts.
Between bold choices and future classics, Haute Facture presents a rare and exclusive selection where each piece is chosen for its balance between the quality of the making and the drawing, for the emotion it arouses.
In order to open this confidential universe to a clientele beyond just insider circles, Haute Facture combines the website with the organization of regular exhibitions so that the public can meet the works and the talented men and women who participate in the international renown of French craftsmanship.
As the co-founder Hélène Vinet explains : “I wanted a unique piece, a rare object, thought and shaped by human hand. A piece with a story ... a piece that looks like me.”
The 2nd exhibition “decorative arts and arts of fire” taking place at Joyce Gallery Paris, is showcasing the works of:
Nicolas Aubagnac, interior architect and designer, has built privileged relationships with talented craftsmen who perpetuate the traditions of Fine Crafts in France. His creations surpass fashion and are already part of the Decorative arts history.
Julien Vermeulen, Laureate of the Grand Prix de la Création de la Ville de Paris in 2015, combines art and craftsmanship in a contemporary vision, producing creations fueled by elegance and modernism.
Considering Hoon Moreau’s creations as simple furnishings objects would be very reductive. Impassioned since her beginnings by fine arts, her furniture are also sculptures, paintings or decorative objects in themselves.
SB 26 is the brand created in 2018. This birth originates from the meeting of Bruce Cecere and Samuel Accoceberry around a program "méconnu" by the Bettencourt Foundation. Together they explored the limits of metal work, like goldsmiths, to create the line of luminaires “Moon”.
Caroline Pregermain, Meilleur Ouvrier de France, in collaboration with interior designers and architects, creates classic and contemporary stained glass. Specialized in glass painting, she produce either figurative or abstract designs, totally handcrafted using traditionnal techniques and vitrified in an oven at 630°.
Daphne Corregan has been gratuated successively at the School of Fine Arts in Toulon, Marseille and Aix-en-Provence where she integrates in 1977 the ceramic workshop of Jean Biagini. An essential figure in contemporary ceramics, Daphné Corregan was one of the artists selected in 2017 by the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris for the exhibition "Travaux de Dames".