I wanted it to have a unique personality and culture. I seek systematically to make their aspirations even stronger, pushing their desires even further. Just next to the Bastille, a place influenced: The atelier in 3 words? Experience shows, however, that the fabric always has the last word.
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The greatest of liberties, is to overcome all constraints.
From two-dimensional designing, I thus moved into 3D, rethinking living spaces. So I created my atelier in Creating a completely innovative model, which goes beyond mere aesthetic effects.
Designers arrive with a vision. I needed to see the fabric be physically transformed before my eyes. The interactions are fertile.
Anne Gelbard Atelier (@r) • Instagram photos and videos
I offer them the opportunity to explore what they have in mind. And now, interior design… Understanding space, introducing continuity into my thinking, changing scale However, the researcher in me dreams of going much further into the deconstruction of fabric and interweaving of materials. Just next to the Bastille, a place influenced: To keep the atelier moving and fuel the creativity that unfurls there, I surround myself with freelancers- who also have their universe.
The pleasant aspect being that everyone is involved in this dynamic of exchange.
This is why I am so demanding and a resolute perfectionist. Team gelbars is paramount, interdependence crucial in the day-to-day work. On principle, I refuse to entertain the idea that I cannot do this, or that, just because the technique is untried or unconventional.
Experience shows, however, that the fabric always has the last word.
Anne Gelbard, the emotion of fabric | Tissus du monde
I wanted it to have a unique personality and culture. Then I felt the urge to return to the sensuality of this profession: I seek systematically to make their aspirations even stronger, pushing their desires even further.
What is original about this atelier of haute couture? Understanding space, introducing continuity into my thinking, changing scale At first I was freelance, varying commissions.
Anne Gelbard, the emotion of fabric
How it all started? The relation to light, colour, and motif is entirely different therein: The atelier in 3 words?
Everything begins through discussion, exchange, between members of my team as well as the clients who knock at my door. Research, audacity and creation. The ideas come together and are then channelled to find THE right solution, the one that proves perfect for the designer.