INSPIRATIONS

Vosges fabricates haute-couture style chairs, furniture and lightings for luxury residential projects. As a result, you will find our work in exclusive apartments, innovative town houses, great manors and super-yachts all around the world. Our collection maintains a high-level of quality in cabinet-making and iron-working.  These requirements were the cornerstone of the great masters of 18th century and Art Deco period. In addition, Vosges mostly designs and manufactures tailor-made pieces reproduced from photos or drawings provided by its clients. Some of our production is in particular inspired by the very best French Art Deco designers, architects or cabinet-makers. Jacques Adnet, André Arbus, Jean-Michel Frank, Maison Jansen, Gilbert Poillerat, Jean Royère, Jacques Emile Ruhlmann... continued to be a source of inspiration in interior designs into the 21st century. We furthermore produce new work in the Louis XV, Louis XVI, Empire or Neoclassical styles. Vosges also expands to further influences and techniques (Italian mid-century modern, Asian lacquer, French modernism, 20th century Nordic design…)

Jacques Adnet

Jacques Adnet (1900-1984) Icon of luxurious French modernism, Jacques Adnet  was an Art Deco furniture designer, architect and interior designer.   Born in …

André Arbus

André Arbus (1903 – 1969) Born in 1903, André Arbus was a French furniture designer, sculptor, and architect of the Art Deco period. Graduated …

Marcel Coard

Marcel Coard (1889 – 1974) Born in 1889, Marcel Coard was a French designer of furniture. He studied architecture at Ecole des …

Jean Dunand

Jean Dunand (1877 – 1942) Jean Dunand was a French lacquer, sculptor and interior designer of the Art Deco period. …

Marc Du Plantier

Marc Du Plantier (1901 – 1975) Born in 1901, Marc Du Plantier is one of the greatest French designers of …

Paul Dupré Lafon

Paul Dupré Lafon (1900-1971) Paul Dupré Lafon was a French Art Deco designer and architect. Born in 1900, he studied …

Jean-Michel Frank

Jean-Michel Frank (1895-1941) Jean-Michel Frank was a French interior designer. He is known for minimalist, elegant and modern interiors. He decorated with plain-lined but …

André Groult

André Groult (1884 – 1966) Born in 1884, André Groult was a French decorator and designer of furniture. Groult’s early work, …

Maison Jansen

Maison Jansen Maison Jansen was a Paris-based interior decoration office of the first half of the 20th century. The firm …

Gilbert Poillerat

Gilbert Poillerat (1902-1988) Born in 1902, Gilbert Poillerat is one of the most renowned French designer and wrought iron master …

Eugène Printz

Eugène Printz (1889 – 1948) Eugène Printz is a French cabinet-maker and designer of the 20th century. Born in 1889, …

Jacques Quinet

Jacques Quinet (1918-1992) Jacques Quinet was a French cabinetmaker, furniture and interior designer of the second half of the 20th …

Terence Harold Robsjohn-Gibbings

Terence Harold Robsjohn-Gibbings (1905-1976) Born  in 1905, Terence Harold Robsjohn-Gibbings was a British-born architect and furniture designer. In the late 1930s …

Serge Roche

Serge Roche (1898-1988) Serge Roche was a French designer and artist in the mid-20th century. He was the son of …

Jean Royère

Jean Royère (1902-1981) Born in 1902, the French interior designer Jean Royère became famous for his high quality furniture making …

Jacques-Émile Ruhlmann

Jacques-Émile Rulhmann (1879-1933) Born in Paris in 1879, Jacques-Émile Ruhlmann is a legendary French furniture designer and interior decorator of …

André Sornay

André Sornay (1902-2000) André Sornay is a French Art Deco furniture maker and interior designer.   He took over his …

Art Deco

Art Deco Art Deco is a movement in the decorative arts and architecture that developed during the 1930s and the 1940s. Its …

Asian Lacquer

Asian Lacquer Asian lacquer objects made in East Asia first reached Europe in about the early 16th century. They were …

Empire style

Empire style The Empire style was encouraged by Napoleon Bonaparte’s desire for a propagandistic style inspired by the glorious ancient …

Louis XVI style

Louis XVI style The Louis XVI style appeared  during the second half of the 18th century. Antiquity became a source …

Rococo style

Rococo style Rococo style in interior design and decorative arts originated in Paris in the early 18th century. Therefore it …