22 Oct, 2019
  • André Joulia

    André Joulia

    André Joulia established his workshop in the city of Mazan, Vaucluse, in 1976. Since then, he has gained the grade of Master artisan, and has always strived to provide the best quality of products for his customers. Each piece of furniture is unique and is made in conjunction with the customer, in order to give the most satisfying and precise result.

  • Unique creation

    Unique creation

    With his wife Françoise who helps him, they are asked to restore ancient furnitures and trims, and, in this field, the French Ministry of Culture administration required their expertise several times.

  • Perfect mastery

    Perfect mastery

    A perfect mastery of traditionnal technics allows him to manage modern projects, while keeping the warmth of ancient items. Thanks to the used materials, he keeps alive the link between past and present time.

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Libraries

The book shelves made by André Joulia are tailor made in total cooperation with our customers. Each project being specific, we are able to build a dedicated product, mirroring your needs and desires. Modern or traditional, we can promise that your library will perfectly fit in with your house!

 

Cabinet work

  • Master artisan +

    Andre Joulia has been recognized as a master artisan for more than 15 years. This award is for professional quality Read More
  • Techniques +

    In order to create his furniture, André Joulia uses modern tools, alongside more traditional tools, whilst also respecting classic techniques. Read More
  • Project development +

    We will have an in depth discussion with you about styles and woods which could be of interest to you, Read More
  • Pressbook +

    Do you want to consult our catalogue to view some of our products offline? Then view our downloadable pressbook! Compatible Read More
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  • Common beech
  • Chesnut
  • Sycamore
  • Cedar
  • Ash tree
  • Walnut
  • Pear tree
  • Burr elm
  • Norway pine
  • Boxwood
  • Oak
Colour: from clear white to light brown or even rosé
Grain: compact
Characteristics: flexible and resistent
Finishing: natural, oiled, shined or varnished
Colour: from white greyish to brown when getting older
Grain: strong pores and seams
Characteristics: good resistance to parasites, tannin wood
Finishing: natural, oiled, shined or varnished
Colour: very bright
Grain: compact
Characteristics: elegant seams
Finishing: natural, oiled, shined or varnished
Colour: honey rosé, very shiny
Grain: compact
Characteristics: fragrant and naturally repellent for parasites
Finishing: natural, oiled, shined or varnished
Colour: clear, almost white
Grain: strong pores and seams
Characteristics: flexible and resistent
Finishing: natural, oiled, shined or varnished
Colour: from white to brown
Grain: light pores and seamed
Characteristics: half hard, tanic
Finishing: natural, oiled, shined or varnished
Colour: from clear to rosé greyish
Grain: compact
Characteristics: wood stable over time
Finishing: natural, oiled, shined or varnished
Colour: light grey/brown, warn colors
Grain: strong pores and seams
Characteristics: used for veneering
Finishing: natural, oiled, shined or varnished
Colour: clear
Grain: compact and seamed
Characteristics: excellent wood for joinery work
Finishing: natural, oiled, shined or varnished
Colour: pale yellow
Grain: compact
Characteristics: hard strong wood with excellent durability
Finishing: natural, oiled, shined or varnished
 
Colour: white ivory
Grain: strong pores and seams
Characteristics: tannin wood
Finishing: natural, oiled, shined or varnished