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Posted By Stephane on May 12th, 2011

http://www.lvtdesign.fr/2011/05/12/industrial-heritage/

The equipment designed for our workshops in the early 20th century merits appreciation and respect. 65% of France’s tool cutting still takes place in the Arve Valley, supplying industries such as automobile and aerospace, and with efficiency in mind much equipment has been replaced. However we can still appreciate the great designs of the past [...]

 
Posted By Stephane on May 20th, 2011

http://www.lvtdesign.fr/2011/05/20/lvt-design-live-at-morges/

It is showtime for LVT Design at our first ever exhibition. Drop by our stand where we will be serving aperitifs later this afternoon from the very popular mountain egg. We will be here in Morges all weekend – there is alot of great design furniture to see and I will post some photos or [...]

Posted By Stephane on May 14th, 2011

http://www.lvtdesign.fr/2011/05/14/how-do-you-like-your-eggs/

While the Arve Valley in Haute Savoie is known for its tooling industry – décolletage in French – another industry booms in the mountains above. So what to do with an egg shaped lift which won’t carry anymore skiers? Perhaps this relic of conviviality could be a bar in the corner of your lounge, or even a [...]

Posted By Stephane on May 13th, 2011

Je vous donne rendez-vous aux Puces du Design à Morges, du 20 au 22 Mai, 2011 http://www.pucesdudesign.ch/index.htm

Posted By Stephane on May 13th, 2011

Si, comme moi, vous aimeriez mieux connaître les techniques pour patiner des métaux à usage artistique, sachez qu’Okhra http://www.okhra.com – Le conservatoire des ocres et pigments appliqués – propose un atelier de 3 jours à Roussillon en Provence, avec Claudia Serantès. http://claudiaserantes.com/ Venez étudier les techniques des cinq recettes des patines pour colorier des métaux [...]

Posted By Stephane on May 12th, 2011

http://www.lvtdesign.fr/2011/05/12/industrial-heritage/

The equipment designed for our workshops in the early 20th century merits appreciation and respect. 65% of France’s tool cutting still takes place in the Arve Valley, supplying industries such as automobile and aerospace, and with efficiency in mind much equipment has been replaced. However we can still appreciate the great designs of the past [...]