A billiard table with unique lines in partnership with Olivier Chabaud Architect
In the heart of a wooded park on the banks of the Seine stands a 19th century Anglo-Norman house, completely renovated by the architect Olivier Chabaud. To equip the billiard room, he entrusted Bréton with the creation of a unique, custom-designed model.
The created billiard table takes up the philosophy of the entire project: clean lines, importance of the play of light and careful selection of materials.
Made in mixed French/American version of 2m60, this model breaks the traditional lines of billiards.
The Simonis Royal Blue sheet matches the satin white covering of the strip frame and the feet.
The “Maison V” prototype is part of tradition and modernity, reflecting the know-how of Billiards Bréton.
For more information on this project and the “V” house click here