Manufacture de Tapis de Bourgogne

Rugs & Carpets

History

The Manufacture de Tapis de Bourgogne has been designing and manufacturing custom rugs, carpets and tapestries (hand-tufted and hand-woven) made in France since 1958. The company has built its reputation on its ability to fulfill the most demanding requirements of high-end interior designers and artists in residential projects, hotels and restaurants (Plaza Athénée, Ritz Carlton, Connaught…), boutiques (Christian Dior, Cartier, Chaumet, Hemès, Pucci…), yachts, and private aircrafts.

The Manufacture works closely with major designers worldwide as Peter Marino, Andrée Putman, Mathieu Lehanneur, Philippe Starck, Jean-Michel Wilmotte, François Catroux, Bruno Moinard, Pierre Yovanovitch and more to develop and create their own customized handmade rugs.

Rugs and tapestries signed by great artists as Sonia and Robert Delaunay, Victor Vasarely, Keith Haring, Vassily Kandinsly, Amedeo Modigliani, or Piet Mondrian have been produced in their workshop.

The Manufacture has been awarded a “Living Heritage Company” label by the French State.

Savoir-Faire

Hand-tufted carpets

Every carpet in entirely made in France. The Manufacture has acquired expertise in the manufacture of hand-tufted carpets that allows for the creation of classic or contemporary designs in all shapes, materials and colors desired by their customers.

The Manufacture craftsmen master special orders, complex designs and technical finishes such as shaving, chiseling, dehairing. They also have an extraordinary stock of yarns: more than 3000 colors of wool, silk, raffia, sisal, bamboo, linen are available for trials or achievements without delay.

The Manufacture is able to develop and produce special samples in one week. The average production leadtime is around ten weeks.

Hand-woven carpets

The looms of the Manufacturer provide the possibility of producing both velvet and flat weaves in diverse materials at the same time.

Their workshops are equipped with looms of 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 meters and thus enable the production of oversize broadloom carpets without seams.

In addition to producing traditional weaves, their expert team will accompany the designer in the search of new weave constructions and materials (lurex, mohair, alpaca).

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