Galerie Jallu has just opened its doors in Paris and is exhibiting exceptional furniture designed and produced by four hands by cabinetmaker Yann Jallu and designer Sandra Scolnik-Jallu. Zoom on a shocking duo that revolutionized high-end cabinetmaking.

New to Saint-Germain-des-Prés, the Galerie Jallu takes place rue Bonaparte in the 6th arrondissement, among the most prestigious establishments on the Left Bank. Yann Jallu and Sandra Scolnik-Jallu have indeed decided to unveil their creations, unique pieces of furniture designed to measure in Bazouges-la-Pérouse, in Brittany (35), and published in limited series, which had hitherto remained confidential, in a dedicated space located in the heart of Paris.

The gallery is the Parisian showcase of furniture manufacturer and publisher Jallu Cabinetmakers, who has reinterpreted and promoted, for more than twenty-five years, artisanal cabinetmaking. The master craftsmen, who work in workshops located in Brittany, custom-make exceptional furniture - buffets, chairs, consoles, lamps, mirrors, tables - commissioned by the big names in architecture to decorate private homes, hotels, or restaurants. The most famous creations, prized by collectors around the world, are now on sale at the gallery.

The furniture, currently on display in rue Bonaparte, testifies to the creative daring and artisanal expertise of Jallu Cabinetmakers. The furniture combines luxurious materials and traditional techniques through a resolutely contemporary design. The Claudette console fuses a precious essence of Macassar ebony with a luxurious white gypsum, when the Ballue bar combines the sycamore with parchment and patinated brass. In addition to mastering cabinetmaking, other skills are added, from straw marquetry to fine ironwork, including veneers made of noble materials such as mica and pyrite.

A gallery which gives pride of place to the decoration trades.

To learn more, visit the Jallu Cabinetmakers site

Photographs: Jallu Cabinetmakers

Léa Pagnier

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