What drives us

Métiers Rares puts the intelligence of the craftsmen at the service of the innovation, creation, training and communication strategies of the houses of excellence.

With our unique pool of skills and know-how in the crafts, we set up agile teams
to create tailor-made answers to your needs and to demonstrate a great reactivity.

All the projects we develop respect demanding social and environmental criteria.

The craftsmen are quoted, well paid and supported to make the most of their work.

Métiers Rares is a company with a mission, founding patrons of the association The Craft Project, an amplifier at the service of fine crafts.

Raphaëlle Le Baud

Raphaëlle is a craft entrepreneur and co-founded La Maison d'éventails Duvelleroy, the Mayaro laboratory, the Craft Thinking studio Métiers Rares and the association The Craft Project.

Jury of the Banque Populaire foundation for crafts. Ambassador for Paris of the Michelangelo Foundation. Jury of the Grand Prix of the City of Paris for the Crafts. Creator and Host of The Craft Project Podcast.

Marie-Sygne Le Baud

Marie-Sygne brings her international profile (Japan, China, South Africa) and art market expertise (Christie's, THK Gallery management) to head the operations of Métiers Rares. Through her, the projects of Métiers Rares push the aesthetic and geographical boundaries.

Pierre Salagnac

Bronzier d'art, sculptor, 3D designer, designer Pierre Salagnac is an art craftsman keen on innovation and transmission. He accompanies Métiers Rares in sourcing, design, 3D conception, prototyping and training. He is also the co-founder of the association The Craft Project.

Geronimo

Graduated from Penninghen, Geronimo is a photographer, director and composer. Geronimo has been adopted in the workshops and accompanies Métiers Rares in the creation of content on rare jobs.

Coline Harlay

With a double degree in art (Duperré textile design) and art market (Icart), Coline is the perfect assistant project manager for Métiers Rares.

Philippe Calvayrach

Philippe Calvayrach is a sound engineer. He accompanies Métiers Rares for the editing and mixing of audio content, starting with the Craft Project podcasts.

Raphaëlle Le Baud

Raphaëlle is a craft entrepreneur and co-founded La Maison d'éventails Duvelleroy, the Mayaro laboratory, the Craft Thinking studio Métiers Rares and the association The Craft Project.

Jury of the Banque Populaire foundation for crafts. Ambassador for Paris of the Michelangelo Foundation. Jury of the Grand Prix of the City of Paris for the Crafts. Creator and Host of The Craft Project Podcast.

Marie-Sygne Le Baud

Marie-Sygne brings her international profile (Japan, China, South Africa) and art market expertise (Christie's, THK Gallery management) to head the operations of Métiers Rares. Through her, the projects of Métiers Rares push the aesthetic and geographical boundaries.

Pierre Salagnac

Bronzier d'art, sculptor, 3D designer, designer Pierre Salagnac is an art craftsman keen on innovation and transmission. He accompanies Métiers Rares in sourcing, design, 3D conception, prototyping and training. He is also the co-founder of the association The Craft Project.

Geronimo

Graduated from Penninghen, Geronimo is a photographer, director and composer. Geronimo has been adopted in the workshops and accompanies Métiers Rares in the creation of content on rare jobs.

Coline Harlay

With a double degree in art (Duperré textile design) and art market (Icart), Coline is the perfect assistant project manager for Métiers Rares.

Philippe Calvayrach

Philippe Calvayrach is a sound engineer. He accompanies Métiers Rares for the editing and mixing of audio content, starting with the Craft Project podcasts.

Raphaëlle Le Baud

Raphaëlle is a craft entrepreneur and co-founded La Maison d'éventails Duvelleroy, the Mayaro laboratory, the Craft Thinking studio Métiers Rares and the association The Craft Project.

Jury of the Banque Populaire foundation for crafts. Ambassador for Paris of the Michelangelo Foundation. Jury of the Grand Prix of the City of Paris for the Crafts. Creator and Host of The Craft Project Podcast.

Marie-Sygne Le Baud

Marie-Sygne brings her international profile (Japan, China, South Africa) and art market expertise (Christie's, THK Gallery management) to head the operations of Métiers Rares. Through her, the projects of Métiers Rares push the aesthetic and geographical boundaries.

Pierre Salagnac

Bronzier d'art, sculptor, 3D designer, designer Pierre Salagnac is an art craftsman keen on innovation and transmission. He accompanies Métiers Rares in sourcing, design, 3D conception, prototyping and training. He is also the co-founder of the association The Craft Project.

Geronimo

Graduated from Penninghen, Geronimo is a photographer, director and composer. Geronimo has been adopted in the workshops and accompanies Métiers Rares in the creation of content on rare jobs.

Coline Harlay

With a double degree in art (Duperré textile design) and art market (Icart), Coline is the perfect assistant project manager for Métiers Rares.

Philippe Calvayrach

Philippe Calvayrach is a sound engineer. He accompanies Métiers Rares for the editing and mixing of audio content, starting with the Craft Project podcasts.