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The oldest remaining Treillage today date back to the late 19 th century or early 20 th . Tricotel restores these works from the remaining elements, plans and photos of the time. Several restorations prestige marked in recent years: the Pavilion costs of Versailles, Duchêne the porch of the Hotel Matignon, the Musée Nissim de Camondo, Sylvie’s house and gazebo Island of Love at the castle Chantilly, the hunting museum in Paris …

Sylvie’s House – Castle of Chantilly

The Maison de Sylvie is located in the Castle of Chantilly, a historic castle built in France (city of Chantilly). Sylvie’s House was built in the early 17th century. It was completely restored by Tricotel, once again, following the photos of the time and staying loyal to the original look. Today Sylvie’s House is mostly […]

The Nissim Museum of Camondo

The Nissim Museum of Camondo is a museum of French decorative arts located in Paris. It was inaugurated in 1936 and is preserved in its original condition, still today. It was entirely restored by Tricotel which stayed loyal to the original appearance of the mansion.

The Museum of Hunting

The Museum of Hunting is a private museum located in paris and founded in 1964. It is entirely restored by Tricotel, based on the pictures of the time. The picture gallery shows the before and after restoration. The whole treillage against the wall has been worked on.