Since 2015, guided by a passion for design and architecture,
Atelier Déambulons has been creating original and unique structures in bamboo,
tailored to both tranquil indoor settings
and the constraints of external environments.
At a crossroads between furniture, scenography and land art, Atelier Déambulons has become known for its ‘Bamboo cocoons’, awarded the Janus label by the French Design Institute.
All our creations are custom-made for each customer and perfectly adapted to the needs of modern, everyday life. Their light structures offer total creative freedom, enabling the most complex shapes and most daring dimensions.
All our products are designed and made entirely in France, from French and European bamboo. Bamboo is a material of the future, recognised for its speed of renewal and the low quantities of resources needed for its development.
Environmentally-friendly design is in the very DNA of Atelier Déambulons.
All our products are designed and made entirely in France. We have also decided to work with local suppliers and service providers to keep our environmental impact to a minimum.
As part of this approach, we use French bamboo producers as much as possible. If local production proves insufficient, we can also rely on a network of European producers.
The Déambulons story began in Thailand, in 2003. Jean-Baptiste Dubois developed his knowledge of bamboo during the two years he spent among the Karen people, in the mountains along the Burmese border.
He learnt the basics of how to use bamboo in constructing buildings and making everyday items. Learning ancestral techniques, mastering tools and discovering this plant-based raw material.