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© Charlotte Kaufmann
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Charlotte Kaufmann

Charlotte Kaufmann Weaver
French, English
By appointment only
+33 674849236
© Charlotte Kaufmann

Bringing textile techniques together

  • • Charlotte designs textiles for haute couture and interior design
  • • She has worked in Mumbai developing embroidery collections
  • • She is developing luxury accessories with weavers in Indian Kashmir

Charlotte Kaufmann designs unique textiles where hand weaving, needlework embroidery and bobbin lace interact. Changing the use of a technique, moving a material out of its primary field of application, or working on a new scale, are the foundations of her work. She opened her textile design studio in 2016 to develop what she had learned from working on collections for tailor made haute couture and interior design projects. She regularly collaborates with designers and craftsmen to create projects that combine excellence and innovation. Charlotte also lends her expertise to the development of exclusive models. From sampling to prototyping and small series production, all stages are mastered in the workshop.

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  • © Charlotte Kaufmann
  • © Charlotte Kaufmann
  • © Charlotte Kaufmann
  • © Charlotte Kaufmann
Photo: © Charlotte Kaufmann
Shield et Onde (Shield and Wave)

With her Nest Collection, Charlotte experimented with a range of materials such as iron and enamelled copper, weaving them into innovative fabrics for interior design.

Length 30 cm
Width 30 cm

Photo: © Charlotte Kaufmann
Fauteuil Onde Noire (Black Wave armchair)

The fabric used to cover this 1950s Parker Knoll armchair is a combination of tapestry and hand weaving, and was made to measure by Charlotte. The chair was selected, restored and covered by Anaïs Jarnoux.

Photo: © Charlotte Kaufmann
Tissage Onde Noire (Black Wave fabric)

This fabric, made by Charlotte for the Parker Knoll chair, demonstrates an evolutionary form of weaving, progressing from a two-dimensional to a three-dimensional textile. Parts of the weft appear in relief, creating a very tactile texture.

Length 100 cm
Width 250 cm

Photo: © Charlotte Kaufmann
Tissage Nest (Nest weaving)

Part of the Nest Collection, this textile sculpture was handwoven by Charlotte, incorporating iron and enamelled copper.

Length 60 cm
Width 200 cm

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