Contis

Samuel Accoceberry

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Silvia Ceñal

Yas

Samuel Accoceberry

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Bosc in Gasconne language, means Forest

Bosc is located in Hagetmau on the edge of the largest forest in Western Europe, Les Landes. The business was founded on 1st April 1964 by Marcelle and Joseph Bastiat. They had met each other and learnt their trade in the Capdevielle factory. One was in the carpentry workshop, and the other in finishing…

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Factory Sale in Hagetmau

On Saturday 05 and Sunday 06 February, we welcome you to our manufacturing workshop in Hagetmau for a factory sale. You will be able to discover our entire collection and benefit from exceptional prices on the furniture on display. You will also be able to order products from our catalog by customizing them according to [...]

Spring Sale on our Workshop

The weekend of May 22 to 24, we'll welcome you to our workshop in Hagetmau for a spring sale. For three days, you will be able to discover our entire collection and benefit from exceptional prices on the furniture exhibited.

The label Entreprise du patrimoine Vivant for Bosc !

The 2019 is starting with great news as Bosc just received the label Entreprise du patrimoine Vivant (corporate living heritage)! The label Entreprise du patrimoine Vivant (EPV) is a mark of recognition, implemented to distinguish French companies with craftsmanship and industrial excellence. Based on a very rigorous selection procedure, its objective is to enhance the [...]

Bosc at Maison&Objet 2019

From 18th to 22nd January, we were exhibiting in Paris, in the Maison&Objet fair. Samuel Accoceberry designed our stand as an allegory of the Landes forest. Here are some photographies. This year, we presented two new collections: - one of armchair and sofas called Contis and designed by Samuel Accoceberry Studio - another one of [...]

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