A word from the president
Faced with our world's rapid development, which undoubtedly foretells the depletion of certain raw materials, it is impossible to fail to take environmental factors into account. We must learn to do things differently, to work and produce in a more virtuous manner, so we can continue to coexist.
This is why I have chosen to invest in the energy transition, industry, architecture and design sectors. I am confident that, by relying on a high level of quality and innovation, we will be able to rejuvenate France and export our expertise to international markets while keeping jobs within our borders.
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Brugere, wood veneer: clothe your walls in natural beauty
clothe your walls in natural beauty
Are you in the market for a wood veneer wall? Contact our wood peeling specialists, who have developed a unique beechwood veneer and peeling system.
In collaboration with Arts et Métiers researchers, the research and development office, known as Bopli, carries out work with two main focuses:
- To improve veneer quality and master the primary processing process for beechwood.
- To master the secondary processing process: the manufacture of panels and plywood and product innovations.
This new development in France is expected to lead to more widespread use of beechwood in interior design, especially since Manufactures Février has fully followed through on the project by investing 20 million euros in a Raute peeling line that can peel logs 3.3 m in length.
The only French manufacturer specializing in custom panelling, this line, the largest in Europe, enables Brugère to create all kinds of decorative panels from any type of wood, and more specifically to manufacture beech plywood panels in all sizes and qualities:
- Maximum length 2,630 mm
- Maximum width 1,630 mm
- Thickness between 6 and 60 mm
Brugère quality guarantees that veneers will be uniform in colour, with no open defects and no more than one sound knot per square metre.
Unique expertise and a Made in France process to clothe walls in natural beauty using PEFC-labelled wood.
Thomas Watt Lighting Pro, LED lighting: quality and visual comfort
Thomas Watt Lighting Pro, LED lighting
With Thomas Watt lighting solutions, discover light fixtures that produce diffuse light and provide optimized illumination. Whether for workspaces, hotels, airports or public spaces such as museums or shops, lighting is essential. Not only does it showcase spaces, works and products, but it also improves users' working conditions and visual comfort, especially for precision work, such as in laboratories.
More than just aesthetically pleasing, LED ceiling lighting can be made to measure, and can be adapted to all sizes and heights: as wall fixtures, recessed lighting or pendant lamps, it can meet all needs.
Another advantage of Thomas Watt LED lighting is its energy efficiency. When connected, the light level can be adjusted based on real-time need: ambient or pathway lighting. Equipped with a counting sensor, the light fixture counts how many people are present and provides real-time information on the exact way the building is being used.
Light level adjustments are instantaneous, simple and practical, as they can be controlled via a computer or smartphone.
Our LED ceiling fixtures are a perfect blend of Made in France industry and design.
Tecsom textile floor coverings: design in the form of carpet tiles or rolls
Design in the form of carpet tiles or rolls
With the digital printing techniques developed by TecSOM, the creative and design possibilities are endless! Our graphic designers have almost no limits in creating our carpet rolls and tiles: they use carpet as a medium of expression, combining and overlapping colours and patterns.
Graphic and designer textile floor coverings offer up a new architectural dimension for tertiary and residential spaces by dialling up the style.
A way to showcase your decor, our printed carpets can coordinate with fixtures and furniture, breathing life into a space and giving it a whole new look.
The colours are bolder, and the on-trend patterns are regularly refreshed.
Jungle style for a natural ambiance, stripes or squares for a high-design ambiance, complex floral motifs... digital printing makes it possible for us to create on-demand and custom products.
The different loop heights available for certain tile and roll models add texture and structure to a space. Needle punched, looped, structured or velvet textures can be combined for flooring that captures light thanks to its three-dimensional appearance.
Coq Héron Productions, making space for live shows
Coq Héron Productions
making space for live shows
Coq Héron Productions was founded in 2016 for the purpose of getting involved in audiovisual production and the broadcasting and recording of live shows. Frédéric Atellian, a former audiovisual law lawyer and legal consultant, and Nikos Talbi-Lykakis, a former stage manager, production director and scriptwriter, were the creators of the project and describe their new career as producers of live shows as follows :
« "A theatre producer simultaneously acts as a nanny, a location scout for the promotion, exhibition and broadcasting of the show, and a seeker of funding, while also requiring a good deal of enthusiasm, daring, motivation and a strong desire to make the case for exciting projects."
It is with this commitment and sensitivity that Coq Héron Productions assists companies in harnessing internal creativity, particularly through team coaching workshops to enable collective intelligence to be put to work for your projects.
In parallel, the company has also produced two short films (Un regard dans la nuit 2017 and Des figues en Avril 2018) and has co-produced and produced several plays that were hits with audiences and critics: La peur, since 2016, praised by critics and nominated for a Molière award for Best Female Newcomer in 2017; Le jeu de l’amour et du hasard at Théâtre Michel in 2017 with an unexpected pop-rock staging; Harold Pinter's Betrayal at the Lucernaire in 2017, and then in Avignon in July 2018; and L’Affaire Courteline in 2018.
The company is currently developing a documentary film on hip-hop dancing, and will coproduce a comedic series of short films on Greek mythology.