Guillerme et Chambron
Robert Guillerme studied design and architecture at the Boulle School in France, graduating at the top of his class in 1934. Jacques Chambron, on the other hand, graduated from the School of Applied Arts in Reims, France. Sharing a profound passion for interior design, it was only natural that these two men would form a deep friendship during the tragic events of World War II. Jacques Chambron quickly resigned from his job as a painter and decorator in Paris in 1948 to join the Guillerme family in northern France.
In 1949, Guillerme and Chambron crossed paths with Émile Dariosecq, a master cabinetmaker. Not only was Emile Dariosecq a skilled cabinetmaker, but he also had a workshop in their region. It was from this encounter that they decided to establish the company “Votre Maison.” By combining functionality and design, Guillerme and Chambron would create their global reputation while leaving a lasting mark on the world of design.
In the 1970s, Hervé Chambron, the son of Jacques Chambron and a design graduate, joined “Votre Maison” and took over the business in 1983.