The Atelier François Pouenat makes classical and contemporary ironwork pieces.

The company bears the Entreprise Du Patrimoine Vivant (Living Heritage Company) label, and regularly works on the restoration of historic monuments.

The Atelier produces gates and doors, decorative railings, bannister rails, and interior fittings like bookshelves, fireplaces, and decorative panels.

It worked on the renovation of the Crillon and Plaza Athénée hotels in Paris, and has produced contemporary pieces like the gate in the Eataly Paris Marais space, commissioned by Galeries Lafayette.

Mansion Neuilly

Based on the original drawing by Michel Jouannet

Handrail in black iron

Church Draveil

Based on the original drawing by André Drozd

Gate in hammered and lacquered soft iron

Lantern in iron with gold leaf 

Plaza Athénée Paris

Based on the original drawing by Bruno Moinard

Bannister in soft iron, foliage in sheet metal with gold leaf

Elevator door in engraved and patinated brass

Decorative bay in lacquered steel and tulle-effect mirror

Private project Doha

Drawn by 3Bis Architecture

Monumental door in wrought iron and bronze with 24-carat electrolytic gilding

Beef Bar Paris

Based on the original drawing by Humbert et Poyet

Decorative door with wrought iron leaves and flowers

Handrails in lacquered wrought iron

Galeries Lafayette Paris

Based on the original drawing by Martin Boyce / Data Architectes

Six-panel gate in forged steel, lacquered and hammered