Agencement Paul Champs,
the art of tailoring since 1936.
"Designing means studying, producing and implementing solutions to meet all the requirements on the development of spaces.
In more than 85 years, the small carpentry workshop in Brest has become a nationally and internationally renowned furniture company.
This astonishing development is due to many factors, but above all to the people who are at the heart of this achievement: an alchemy of technical, commercial, managerial and human skills.
From the founder to the foreman, from the journeyman to the successive bosses, each one has contributed to the building.
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Agencement Paul Champs uses all of its know-how on each of its projects, from naval fittings to exceptional private spaces, from public and tertiary spaces to shops. Our reputation is built on the excellence of our services and our products, on our ability to improve and on the satisfaction of our customers.
What motivates us: to pass on our traditional know-how, to innovate and to offer unique and customised products.
Faithful to tradition and innovation, Agencement Paul Champs welcomes, transmits and trains young Compagnons du devoir in their qualified apprenticeship in joinery and cabinet making. Through the passion of the trade, the will of the company Agencement Paul Champs is to be an active partner to accompany the Companions of the duty in their training of the Tour de France in order to acquire the know-how in its trade.
Agencement Paul Champs received the Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (Living Heritage Company) label in 2011, awarded by the Institut National des Métiers d'Arts. This label qualifies the company as a repository of excellent know-how and possessing a technical and traditional mastery of the carpenter's trade. The men and women within the company have the ability to offer a tailor-made service, they share the same values of adaptability, responsiveness and innovation. Passion is at the heart of the business.
Agencement Paul Champs has been rooted in its Breton territory for three generations, developing its reputation over the years both locally and internationally.