Two big names of French textile are united. Pierre Frey on one side, Le Manach house on the other. The famous furniture manufacturer has just announced the takeover of the manufacturer of woven fabrics ...
Renowned for its custom-made Toiles de Tours and hand-woven silk velvet, Le Manach has just been taken over by Pierre Frey. Faithful to the French tradition since 1935, the latter marks its will to continue in the same direction: craftsmanship, rigor, excellence but also family culture (created in 1829, the house Le Manach is run by the same family for five years. generations).
Beyond these guidelines, the two houses have in common to have provided fabrics for exceptional places. Among others, the Castles of Versailles and Fontainebleau, the National Assembly or the Palais de l'Elysée.
For Patrick Frey, CEO of the company and son of its founder, it is with this recovery "to preserve the historic capital of one of the last big French Maisons de textile d'ameublementThis is not the first for the famous publisher, and in 1991 Braquenié came to complete the Pierre Frey group, followed by Boussac and Fadini-Borghi in 2004.