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Atelier d’Œuvres de Forge took part in the Heritage Days September 20th 2014 at the V.M.F headquarters (Vieilles Maisons Françaises – Old French Houses -, 93 rue de l’université, PARIS VIIe) where 2,500 people came along to see the workshops … Continue reading

A prestigious site for an exceptional hotel. Atelier d’Œuvres de Forge has been involved for 3 years with this historic building, which was constructed in 1905, in order to create unique works there: all the entry gates, the cellar windows, … Continue reading

Work at the Château Angélus in Saint Emilion has been completed and the grapes can now be harvested under excellent conditions. The large double gate at the south pavilion and the development of the terrace have been completed. The gates … Continue reading

In the context of the restoration of the former Théâtre Napoléon III, located in the western part of the Louis XV wing of the Château de Fontainebleau, we are carrying out work under the authority of Mr Patrick PONSOT (architect) … Continue reading

The Château de BIRON in Dordogne has been listed as a monument historique (Historical Monument) since February 17th 1928. The restoration work relates to the bâtiment des Maréchaux and the Pavillon Henri IV. The work which we are carrying out … Continue reading

Following the completion of the bell-tower the owners have commissioned Atelier d’Oeuvres de Forge to produce a wrought-iron double gate with a fixed transom with wrought decoration. The whole gate was manufactured in a completely traditional manner, including tenons, mortises, … Continue reading

The prestigious Chateau PETRUS, a private property, is located in the heart of the wine region of Pomerol. Pomerol is considered to be one of the finest Bordeaux wines. We have worked on the manufacture of all the wrought ironwork … Continue reading

October 2013: installation of 2 large gates, each weighing 350 kg. SLIDESHOW – Atelier d’Œuvres de Forge, specialist in artistic and restorative ironwork, is involved in the construction of the Peninsula, a future Parisian palace… Read more Excerpt from Sud … Continue reading

The property of the Boüard de Laforest family for eight generations, the château is a First Growth wine, one of the finest in the world. In order to reflect this reputation for excellence, the owners were determined to restore their … Continue reading

This square, which is in the 17th. arrondissement in Paris, dates back to the time of Haussman, the great architect and planner of nineteenth century Paris. Built by Jean-Charles Alphand in 1862, it is surrounded by 370 metres of railings … Continue reading