Luxurious and offbeat vision of a hotel room on an imaginary planet

With a number of spaceflights for billionaires, a new kind of tourism is taking off. Space is a fascinating destination, an epic saga and a crazy dream. Ateliers Philippe Coudray wanted to imagine and live out this experience. Embarking onto a capsule specially created for the EquipHotel Signature Space, in partnership with the exhibiting creators, visitors will experience an adventure and dream of future holidays. It is a luxurious and offbeat vision of a hotel room, set on an imaginary planet, with windows from which you can contemplate Planet EquipHotel.

Creating an innovative and bright oasis, the shuttle is adorned with fabrics and high-tech materials and is dressed from floor to ceiling in luxurious and atypical textiles. With their keen sense of hospitality and community, this team of experts in the field of fine craftsmanship will present innovations and solutions developed for the hospitality sector. Certified a Living Heritage Company since 2015, Ateliers Philippe Coudray is a quilter and interior decorator faithful to the tradition of upholstery crafts. Here, they play with contrasts on a 1,200m2 project, bringing together 25 French and international exhibitors, including Rubelli, Arte France, Lelièvre, the Mercadier group, Fermob, Ligne Roset and Henryot & cie.

Savoir & Luxe d’Intérieur join forces to celebrate a unique place dedicated to innovative plant-based design.

Discover Savoir’s new vegan bed and dive into the luxurious world of nature with Luxe d’intérieur.


“Luxe d’intérieur is a group of nineteen exceptional artisans and editors.
Specialists in high-end renovation and decoration, we serve the prescription market. We operate in France and abroad. We cover the needs of your hotel, retail, service and residential projects.”

Galerie Couteron : 16 rue Guénégaud, 75006 Paris


from 23 – 27 March 2022 from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm

Seats from Maison Leleu in Thorp of London printed fabrics
and embroidered by Vermont Paris, upholstered and covered
by Ateliers Philippe Coudray
Wall lamps and table from Silvera.

Bed from Savoir beds and curtain from Ateliers Philippe Coudray.

Furniture from Ateliers Courtois based on a Beauregard Studio design,
and Argile paint. Panels from Cuir au Carré in Dedar fabrics,
design by Beauregard.


From September 9 to 18, at the initiative of AD and as part of Paris Design Week, the best interior architects of the moment present their new furniture to the public.

New scenography by interior designer Tristan Auer in collaboration with Ateliers Philippe Coudray at the Anne Jacquemin Sablon gallery

Anne Jacquemin Sablon Gallery: 34 Rue Coquillière, 75001 Paris

Photography @Amaury Laparra




For the 22nd auction of the Association, the Nelson Bench by George Nelson – edited and offered by Vitra – has been revisited by the Atelier Tristan Auer & the Ateliers Philippe Coudray with the partici-pation of the manufacturer Lelièvre.


Les lattes de bois qui constituent le Nelson Bench original, ont été remplacées par une composition dentrelacs de bandes gainées de tissus multicolores.

Pour suivre les artistes dans leur processus créatif, vous pouvez consulter les stories à la une de la page Instagram de lAssociation La Source : @associationlasource 

The wooden slats that make up the original Nelson Bench have been replaced by a composition of in-terlacing strips sheathed in multi-colored fabrics.

To follow the artists in their creative process, you can view the front page stories on the Association La Source’s Instagram page: @associationlasource




In close cooperation with Maurice Renoma, renowned stylist in the Ready-to-wear industry and recognized for his talents as a photographer, the Ateliers Philippe Coudray have created a brand new collection of seats, serving as cases for the photos of the designer.

The collection has expanded thanks to the new themes addressed by Maurice Renoma through his photographs (Mythologie, Les Fables, Les 4 saisons, Street Art).

Classically inspired, these seats differ from other seats by the treatment of photos on a artificial leather covering.

A range of original patinas has been created especially for this collection. Each creation is designed by Maurice Renoma, numbered and limited to 50 copies.

The Renoma collection is currently available for purchase at the Boutique Renoma Paris, The French Apartement Gallery showroom in Los Angeles and the Ateliers Philippe Coudray, and can be viewed at the following addresses: –



Philippe Coudray has made for the Lancaster hotel the creations of the designer Michel Jouannet in the spirit of the 40s completely revisited. Elegant seats, made of sycamore wood with a beechwood structure, offer the figures of a card game: King, Queen, Clover et Jack.

“Collection Outdoor”


A magical symbiosis between sophisticated technology, artistic craftsmanship and inspiration, the new Outdoor collection from Ateliers Philippe Coudray sublimates your senses.

Made with Christophe Faton, scenographer, the Outdoor furniture extends the space; the exterior and the interior merge.

“Collection Philippe Parent”


Philippe Parent obtained the prestigious diploma from the Boulle school in 1969 and in 1978 created his interior design studio in Paris for a clientele sensitive to the perfectionism and rigor that characterizes his work. At the same time, he is developing a large catalog of furniture, lighting, accessories, rugs, elegant fabrics and seats, some of which are published by Ateliers Philippe Coudray.



Inspired by the Haute Couture and its great creations, the Ateliers Philippe Coudray revisited the win-dow decor.
From lace to leather, and passementerie, sophistication, abundance, nobility, boldness and excessive-ness join together in the uniqueness of these five pieces made by hand around soft colors at the Atel-iers Philippe Coudray.

Abundance of pleats

Alliance of craft design and industrial production, the pleat symbolizes the movement of life. Resulting from a combination of handwork, cardboard and steam, it allows to shape the material. Curtain entirely handcrafted in cotton velvet in the upper part, with a tier of flat pleats in silk taffeta trimmed with braids in the center, and a tier of asymmetrical pleats in silk taffeta and veil. Curtain head with Dior pleat on flat rod.

Cotton Velvet : Créations Métaphores / Silk Taffeta: Veraseta / Veil: Casamance / Tucker: Plissés de France / Passementier: Passementerie de l’Île de France

Lace Sophistication

Used in the 50’s, the Caudry and Calais lace and net tulle are highly appreciated by the Haute Couture houses with the creations of Christian Dior, Marcel Rochas, Jeanne Lanvin, Pierre Balmain, Carven, etc… Curtain entirely handcrafted in silk satin with an effect of un-der-curtain in net tulle trimmed with a scalloped lace. Application of a succession of floral laces, complex patterns of bouquets, medallions, volutes, dots … Gathered and scalloped curtain head mounted on flat rod.

Lace and Net Tulle: Sophie Hallette / Silk Satin: Veraseta

Pleated Fabric Nobility

Greeks and Romans already had the art of pleating in clothing design. And this is not counting on the emergence of Haute Couture under the Second Empire which sees the pleated design return to the forefront. As a craft and digital technique, pleating today is used by a large number of fashion designers. Curtain entirely handcrafted in polyester vel-vet, forming vertical waves. In the raggy, application of pleats in silk taffeta called “accor-dion pleated” forming a set of patterns. Curtain head with sunray pleats on flat rod.

Polyester Velvet: Zimmer & Rohde / Silk Taffeta: Edmond Petit / Tucker: Plissés de France

Boldness of the Passementerie

Passementerie is a very old art, which can be found all over the world. It was in the spot-light during the Second Empire. There was a trend towards a profusion of fabrics, fringes and tufts. This era was marked by much fantasy and colors. Curtain entirely handcrafted in viscose velvet and silk satin. Application of a set of passementeries, gimp crest, braids, roving fringe, jasmine fringe with pearls and cable stitches, fringe with cross bars and rovings… Curtain head with satin pearls ended by rovings.

Viscose Velvet: Antoine d’Albiousse / Silk Satin: Veraseta / Passementier: Passementerie de l’Île de France

Pride of Braids

Giving braids, moving up the ranks ; the very first passementeries are very old and often related to clothing and ornaments. From 1830 on, passementerie was divided into several categories: fashion, military equipment, church ornaments and decoration. Curtain entirely handcrafted in silk satin ; assembly of leather strips shaped into braid, with application of double leather rope, braided and stitched, maintained by cabled ornaments. Curtain head mounted on a leather braid, embellished with a rope mounted on a sheated rod.

Silk Satin: Veraseta / Passementier: Passementerie de l’Île de France


A Collector’s Living Room by the Cabinet Pierre-Yves Rochon

Like a collector, Pierre-Yves Rochon likes to combine the know-hows of craftsmen.

For this project, he asked the Ateliers Philippe Coudray to create two majestic decorative curtains in Dedar hand-woven silk.

These unlined curtains allow more light into rooms and highlight the irregularity of the weave, a dis-tinctive feature of this material.

The effect is magnified on the one hand by the addition on the front of an unlikely creation of articulat-ed feathers by Janaïna Milheiro,, and on the other hand by unique tiebacks made of cavalry twill and plexi discs from Passementerie de l’Ile de France.





“Le Salon de Compagnie” by ELLIOTT BARNES INTERIORS

For this session, the interior designer Elliott Barnes proposed a contemporary interpreta-tion of trims.

He asked the Ateliers Philippe Coudray to work – in a pleated style – the Pastorius leather of the City range from Studioart, and then to upholster panels.



Emphasized by LEDs, these large pleats structure, sculpt and wrap the wall space behind the lazy bed. And the wall becomes a artwork.




Elliott Barnes “What I found interesting was to take a technique used in “pleated” mode and transpose it into interior architecture”.





“Les Inséparables” are two unique fireside chairs designed in partnership with Virginie Ferret-Courtel and Anne Gelbard.
As pieces of traditional upholstery, they incorporate materials such as feathers, Swarovski rhine-stones, Capelain gold leaves, aluminum leaves.

Bergdorf Goodman is one of the most chic luxury shops on 5th Avenue.

The pieces of the Renoma Collection edited by the Ateliers Philippe Coudray had the privilege to deco-rate the wonderful windows of this prestigious place in a very creative scenography.