Field Trip | Ateliers Saint-Jacques
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Instructor Ateliers Saint-Jacques, January 17, 2024; 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. CET. Paris
January 17, 2024 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. CET

Attending Paris Déco Off in January? Please join us on Wednesday, January 17, for a one-of-a-kind field trip to the Ateliers Saint-Jacques. Located just a stone’s throw from the famed Palais de Versailles on almost 100 acres within the Domaine de Coubertin, the Ateliers Saint-Jacques exemplify France’s heritage as master artisans and the vitality of such craftsmanship today. Working hand in hand with high-end architects and interior designers, the ateliers’ specialists create luxurious contemporary interiors that are destined to endure.

Enjoy a visit to the gardens on the grounds to gaze upon the stunning Rodin statues before touring each of the four exceptional workshops, dedicated respectively to: Metalwork and Wrought Iron; Joinery and Cabinetmaking; Stonecutting and Marble Work; and Art Foundry and Sculpture Restoration. The visit will start at 9 a.m. and end at 1 p.m. after a complimentary lunch on the estate, where you’ll have the chance to connect with Business of Home’s editor in chief, Kaitlin Petersen, as well as fellow globe-trotting insiders.
Attendees are welcome to join Kaitlin on the train rides to and from Paris; transit time is about an hour each way. (Exact train schedules and meeting locations to be determined prior to the event.) 

Limited spots available, so reserve yours today.

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Located a short distance from the Palais de Versailles just southwest of Paris, the Fonderie de Coubertin devotes almost 100 acres of its estate to the Ateliers Saint-Jacques, committed to decor, design, architecture and craftsmanship. Across four modern workshops, 15o professional artisans create exceptional items for use all over the world. Combining traditional, hands-on techniques with innovative machinery in a responsible and environmentally sustainable manner, the ateliers produce the most beautiful examples imaginable of French artistry.