In a blend of object design and textile creation, the accessories of the Rinck collections evolve as the years pass, complementing the furniture ensembles with touches of texture and color. These matchless creations are all crafted at our Paris décor agency, rising from inspiration founded on 180 years of history.
The Amarante collection combines the cabinetmaker’s traditional wisdom with cutting-edge technical expertise to produce a sleek, functional, aesthetic design with organic accents. It expresses the desire to establish a harmonious relationship between mankind, nature, and objects.
The collection includes a desk, a chair, an ottoman, a bookcase, a daybed, a rug and two columns.
The cabinet has been the centerpiece of French woodcraft for centuries, embodying the noble tradition of Paris cabinetmakers – including, for the past 180 years, Rinck’s own workshops. For the company’s contemporary collections, the agency designs pieces that are truly remarkable, as much in their craftsmanship as their inspiration, combining centuries-old savoir-faire with contemporary materials and finishes.
Born of meticulous design and craftsmanship from frame to fabric, graced with custom patterns, the seating of the Rinck collections is steeped in the venerable traditions of French chair making. This ancient savoir-faire is revitalized by a contemporary approach to materials and finishes. Available as chairs, armchairs, and sofas, our Paris agency creates models for contemporary use that give pride of place to comfort.
The Félicité collection is inspired by Rinck’s history, our DNA, blending 18th-century and Art Deco influences with contemporary creation while remaining determinedly cutting-edge in how it works materials.
With the 2020 Félicité collection, Rinck picks up the threads of its history, recalling its annual furniture collections from the 1930s to the 1970s.
This decidedly contemporary collection nevertheless gives discreet yet discernable nods to Rinck’s venerable history.
In its smoking room, Rinck expresses a vision of feminized hedonism, unshackling this lounge long reserved for gentlemen from its gender-specific repute. The ensemble – with Hebe as its theme, the goddess of youth who served as cupbearer to the gods and goddesses of Mount Olympus – is a materialized siren song of immortality.As in the prologue of The Festivities of Hebe by French composer Jean-Philippe Rameau, which portrays Hebe’s celebratory feast, the goddess is surrounded by her unfailing companions, the Three Graces, representing charm, beauty, and creativity. A feminine ode to festivity, goodwill, joy, life.
Rinck’s designers have the great privilege of collaborating with an in-house bronze workshop. Inspired by the august history of French lighting design, they create contemporary and trend-setting designs at our Paris agency, honoring the legacy of true French manufacturing.
A collaborative capsule collection by Rinck x Fromental of extraordinary furniture with needlepoint upholstery.
The ultimate expression of a cooperative spirit, the three-piece
series is based in a shared desire to reinterpret the past with humility and creativity. It reflects the unconditional love for decorative arts that unites Rinck and Fromental, both houses built on the intersection of craftsmanship and design.