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New series of transparent resin tables soon on sale
Ateliers Staub has launched a new series of tables in transparent resin and solid wood of medium size. Some pictures of the manufacturing process. The addition of resin requires a particular temperature, a total absence of dust as well as a certain know-how to avoid the appearance of bubbles.
During the realization of Corte Nascosta, a secret piece of furniture of High cabinet making, Ateliers Staub had the honor to count among its team, the exceptional sculptor Pascal Cuenot. Pascal shaped all the pieces of the Corte Nascosta's façade. Each small column, each gothic interlacing, each step of the staircase was sculpted by him, often under the watchmaker's magnifying glass. Thanks to his dexterity and talent, he succeeded in materializing the fairy-tale aspect that emanates from the façade. More than 7000 hours of work were necessary to obtain the final result. This unique realization, guided by the desire to revive the arts of the past, would probably never have been so accomplished without Pascal's extreme precision and total commitment to the project. We warmly thank him for his exemplary work.
Box for 56 automatic watches
Creation of an internal structure to display 56 watches in an existing antique case.
Creation of a bar in solid oak, epoxy resin and metal
Wine racks for ageing wines
Birth of resin and solid wood furniture
Ateliers Staub now masters the casting of epoxy resin. The creative possibilities with this technique are unlimited.
Here, the creation of a bathroom seat in epoxy resine from driftwood
Corte Nascosta, the cabinet with secrets of Haute Ebénisterie in LITTLE GOOD THINGS
The new online magazine LITTLE GOOD THINGS presents the CORTE NASCOSTA secret cabinet in the ART section. Thanks to Christine Giotto
AVMA association vaudoise des métiers d'art
answer from its president Marc Froger
"The Association Vaudoise des Métiers d'Art brings together specialised craftsmen who seek excellence in their work through the application of often ancestral methods and techniques, and whose mission is to make their know-how and passion known, valued and passed on".
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Corte Nascosta in ISSUU
We thank the Fondazione Cologni dei Mestieri d'Arte for publishing an article about Corte Nascosta. A piece of art inspired by the enchantment of Venice.
Corte Nascosta in LeTemps
We would like to thank LeTemps for its article about Corte Nascosta.
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