The wood virtuoso

Pierre Renart has been represented by maison parisienne gallery since graduating Valedictorian from École Boulle in 2011.

A tireless explorer of the material, passionate about manufacturing processes and transformation techniques, Pierre Renart combines traditional wood know-how with new technologies.

The distinctiveness of his art consists in favoring the elegance of the drawing while perfectly integrating the function of the furniture. He immediately won over many collectors with his exceptional “Genesis” armchair.

Pierre Renart designs and realizes customized furniture and space planning projects for collectors, professionals, architects and decorators alike, adapting to your specifications.


In December 2019, Pierre Renart’s Möbius Console entered the permanent collections of the MAD-Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. The Möbius Console, in a version made of American walnut, is on permanent display in the Marsan Pavilion. It was part of the temporary exhibition “Un Printemps Incertain” from May 19 to October 3, 2021.

In October 2020, the Mobilier National acquired two works by Pierre Renart: a version of the Möbius Console, for the Ruban collection, in padouk, an exotic species with a warm red hue…

… and the Éclosion Coffee Table, from the Genèse collection, with a base in American walnut and an oval-shaped glass top.

To complete its collection, in 2023 the Mobilier National acquired the Éclosion high table, with its American walnut base and round glass top.


Since 2017, Pierre Renart has relocated to the outskirts of Blois, where he was able to build a large, modern and well-equipped workshop. This new workshop now enables him to work on large-scale projects with his team.


Pierre Renart works on each piece by producing a 1/10 scale model. If the furniture is stable and coherent in 1/10 format, it will necessarily be so in actual size. Pierre Renart makes his models by hand, using a single thickness of veneer.


Pierre Renart works with several types of wood:

American Walnut, natural or stained darker or darker, is Pierre Renart’s wood of choice: a wood that grows in France and is processed locally.

Padouk, an exotic, hard-wearing species in a warm shade of red, which lends itself well to outdoor use.

Oak, natural or stained, is both supple and rigid, perfect for carving solid wood for table tops, for example.

Rosewood, a delicate exotic wood with spectacular grain.

Teak, a highly resistant exotic wood with warm honey tones, ideal for outdoor use.

Ziricote, an exotic wood with a unique black veining that enhances the curves of your furniture