The manufacturing techniques employed by La Cornue continue to be traditional: punching, bending, welding, assembly and finishing of ovens and stoves. All the parts are handmade in the company’s workshops in Saint-Ouen l’Aumône, a suburb northwest of Paris. Each order becomes a challenge because their kitchens must harmonize with the décor of the house where they will be installed, which could be modern, classic or eclectic.
The passion for perfection and the pursuit of quality and exclusivity are the incentives that keep La Cornue current and relevant. Such values have earned them worldwide brand recognition. The company has a presence in 40 countries through an international network of over 70 stores. Their ranges, always handmade according to the client’s preferences, can be found in homes from New York to Milan, Tokyo, Madrid or Paris.
La Cornue has reached the pinnacle of perfection and the adoration of fans with new models such as the “1908” range in Mondrian colors (blue, red and yellow)— aimed at young urbanites— or the collection of kitchen furnishing created in collaboration with famed architect and designer Jean-Michel Wilmotte. The firm occupies an honorable place in the worlds of design, technology and innovation of luxury kitchen paraphernalia. Discover other exceptional kitchen products such as the Italian firm Restart. ■