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Fifteen years ago we study the reconstruction because we know this period contains a track economic and social re-borrow, if we want to create a sustainable and durable model compatible with contemporary morals. We hope, past the consumerist madness, restart to see the matter in simple objects produced in a place where everyone is pleased to work making beautiful, useful and sustainable. Firmitas, utilitas and venustas: what a joy to see the Vitruvian trilogy claimed by Atelier BUD created last year. He makes furniture, while oak, 100% made in Normandy, before traveling by boat from Le Havre to Paris ... Here is a good example to address our future reindustrialisation, when we rediscover the value of work as accomplishment and not operating system. BUD is a bud from all those who announce the great spring to come. It's ecological, economical, robust, without energy, without undervalued transportation , without frustrated hand work. Let the floor to Jean-François Marcheget: "At the start of this project, a desire shared by a group of friends to provide a sustainable initiative, an alternative to export diagrams of French wood that prevail today: Containers, more than half of French oak and beech exported, apart to be processed at the other end of the globe and we finally be resold. Locally, we take a committed economic alternative, creative, carrier of meaning and pleasure. Our project consists, between Le Havre and Paris, to articulate local resources and talents of designers and carpenters to produce sleek and sturdy furniture, delivered by river. Sustainable Reason creates the link between loggers, craftsmen and designers in a production process and consistent distribution. The Sustainable Reason workshop is capacity to transform, by the end of September 2014, 20 tons of solid oak, tables, benches and beds BUD, our first production. Share our approach, let us know, sponsor our products." A pleasure! Here, below, the first BUD collection bearing name of the village Martagny," Crude oak as little as possible and transformed without anything unnecessary ", we discover heavy and dry furniture, moderately expensive, evoking some radical models for war victims of René Gabriel or Jacques Dumond, or Vienne, Saguy and Terzian, or - even closer - the brutalist furniture of Georges Candilis (see Candilis // Artcurial sale).
Gilles André (menuisier), Roland Toupet (graphiste), Richard Vlajnic (logisticien), Jean-François Marcheguet (designer)
02 robot de découpe
03 Outillage manuel
04 BUD voyage en péniche