The Specialists: Rinck’s Essential Partners

The Galerie Rinck, a veritable showcase for our furniture designs, displays some of our finest savoir-faire, trades that are among the most emblematic in French decorative arts. These materials and finishes are achieved by our interior architecture agency through working with Rinck’s own workshops in the Paris region and the Drôme department in southeast France, as well as with trusted partners. We choose these collaborating companies for their professionalism and ability to respect the complex specifications of the projects we take on, and they are vital to our day-to-day operations.

Pictures © Gaspard Hermach/RINCK

One cannot create classic French décor without staff. This substance, used in making cornices, is a blend of plaster and plant fibers that can be molded into complex decorative elements. For the gallery, our teams called on the ADS company in Ozoir-la-Ferrière near Paris. The result is a classic cornice, simple and perfectly executed, installed in the first part of the gallery, for a very Parisian look.

For the renovation of the back of the gallery, where we installed a private lounge as a client reception area, our decorator teams designed a boiserie bookcase and a staircase leading to the upstairs offices. A railing was therefore needed, which is why we asked the Gancarz company, one of Rinck’s regular partners, to create one. The top-quality result blends perfectly with the rest of the décor and creates a dialogue with the bronzes of the boiserie.

Our partner Fromental is the gold standard in high-quality wallpaper, designing and manufacturing custom wall décor for the most prestigious projects across the globe. It was with this company that, several years ago, Rinck created “The Classicist Sketchbook,” a collection of hand-painted silk wallcoverings, a very delicate oeuvre paying tribute to the skills of the Rinck workshops’ sculptors and ornamentalists. This wallcovering can be seen in the gallery.

For the mosaic tiles in the gallery’s bathroom area, our interior designers called upon Sicis, an Italian company that produces superb-quality, handcrafted tiles in more than 700 colors. The result was impeccable: The shades of green coordinate perfectly with the dark blue of the paintings, for an atmosphere of refined privacy.

The tent is a key transition space between the gallery’s display and lounge areas and was designed to be a lightweight, pleated ensemble. To bring it to life, Rinck selected sheers made by the Dedar company and staged by Atelier Delapartdefred, a longstanding partner that always crafts textiles of excellent quality.

 The artisans of Or et Décor accomplish truly admirable work on finishes and, for this project, created faux-marble plinths for Rinck in sumptuous shades of blue. An execution that visually unifies the gallery’s exhibit space, with stunning results.

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