Antoine Proulx was founded in 1992 by Marc Desplaines who launched the U. S. corporation of renowned Japanese fashion designer Yohji Yamamoto in New York City. The Antoine Proulx collection of handcrafted furniture was designed by Marc out of his frustration at not being able to find what he was looking for in the market. As fate would have it, his brother Richard Desplaines was already established as a master furniture maker with nearly 20 years experience producing one-of-a-kind pieces for designers and architects. The two brothers cemented a design/build relationship which would land their furniture in prestigious magazines such as Interior Design, Progressive Architecture, I. D., and the New York Times. The name, Antoine Proulx, is derived from the brothers’ paternal grandmother, Antoinette Proulx, whose father was a builder of fine homes in New England at the turn of the twentieth century.
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