Created in 1885, five years before the inauguration of the Eiffel Tower, Maison Drucker is a symbol of the Parisian ambiance and its large café terraces that have given the capital its reputation.
Since its takeover in 2006 by Bruno Dubois, the brand has continued to reinvent itself while maintaining the values that made it successful : quality, durability, and design.
After taking over the world from east to west, from the greatest palaces to the trendiest boutiques, Drucker is now offering a collection for everyone on its website.
The collection is entirely handmade, the designs are coloured and woven directly onto the chairs.
A living heritage company since 2008, Maison Drucker offers its made-to-measure services, from dimensions to colours, to major designers and architects such as Philippe Starck, Jacques Grange, François Champsaur, India Mahdavi, Gilles & Boissier or Philippe Model…
The handiwork and expertise of the designers, the infinite combination of colours, and the carefully preserved archives make the Maison Drucker a unique point of reference in outdoor furniture.
Maison Drucker can also count on its past creations, true historical heritage, which allow for mythical pieces of furniture to be reissued, such as this magnificent tête-à-tête from the past to decorate terraces and gardens.
Maison Drucker is also developing its range by introducing a new 100% outdoor furniture line by applying its age-old know-how and the unique colours of its cane, the brand’s signature, to aluminium structures.
Recently, the brand has also made a comeback inside the home with headboards and lamps that use the weaving technique where one would not expect to see it.