Years of passion for upholstery
Jacques Brazet founded his studio shortly after the Second World War. His mother worked as an upholsterer in a leading manufacture in Paris. Jacques quickly grew to become one of the most renowned upholsterers of his time, often sought out by major French museums. In the 1960s, Jacques partnered with Jean-Dominique Serres, a fashion designer who had worked under Jacques Fath, and who brought with him a keen taste for decoration. After extensive hands-on training and three years studying at the École du Louvre, Rémy Brazet started working with his father Jacques in 1983. Thirteen years later, with the help of his team, he developed an innovating method for reupholstering historic pieces using removable frames, thus protecting precious woods. Today, the Maison Brazet proudly contributes to keeping traditional upholstery alive all around the world.