RBC is a specialist in design and contemporary furniture for the development of private, public and tertiary spaces.


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A project under Mediterranean influences, the development of the restaurant L’ANSE SAUVAGE was entrusted to us by Caroline Grondin & Guillaume Avarguez of the architectural firm appartement2, to our greatest pleasure.

The colours and materials are freshly mixed for a cheerful and colourful result.

In collaboration with clients and the artistic director, Sophie Merigny sourced furniture that is 100% made in Europe

RBC LYON would like to thank its partners at the CGGA firm as well as the founders of APPART2 for this magnificent place where you will wish to spend the summer.

Crédit photo : Clémence Bargoin


Made of stone and old wood, the chalet seems to have always been part of the landscape of the Crest-Voland Ski Resort.

However, this project, imagined by the architect Arthur Gential, accompanied by Vincent Roustit for the selection of furniture, was born two years ago.

Our choices in terms of layout fell on the Camaleonda sofa by B&B ITALIA, with the return of the ‘70s in our interiors, accompanied by the iconic Pacha armchair by Gubi and also some poufs, such as the SEQUOIA by Fredericia or the New York by Poliform.

At 200 metres from the tracks, it’s a new setting that comes to light during its favourite month: February.

19 M

Designed to bring 11 Maisons d’Art together under one roof, 19M is a multidisciplinary venue open to the general public.

At the same time a place for work, meetings, and broadcasting, the 19M is an exceptional architectural work which aims to highlight the know-how of craftsmen and creators.

A unique project in which we are proud to have had Fanny Hamaide participate, with the development of the Cité des Métiers d’Art alongside @parallelarchitecture, who signed the interior architecture of the site.

Studio Erick Saillet

Chalet Les Bruxellois

To be in total osmosis with nature, to erase the borders between inside and outside, to find the authenticity of the place through its architecture, the choice of materials.
Not deliberate luxury, just to create luxury, but legitimate and mastered through real authenticity.

The rbclyon team was able to offer the right furniture to fit out the bedrooms, living areas, kitchen, library, wellness centre and wine cellar.

We dream of snuggling up in this living room, with its 360° view, its furniture set (@poliform_official, @cassinaofficial) and its suspension (@nemolighting).

These collections can be found in the rbclyon showroom


Chalet Les Bruxellois, Courchevel, 2021

Directed by the firm @atelier_giffon, @studio_erick_saillet

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Crédit photo : Dimension Carré
Crédit photo : Clémence Bargoin
Studio Erick Saillet
The RBC Group
The RBC Group

RBC, marked by architecture and culture

RBC, marked by architecture and culture

Since the creation of its first showroom in Nîmes in 1987, RBC has been a brand that has worked closely with renowned architects and designers (Philippe Starck, Jean Nouvel, Jakob + MacFarlane, Christophe Pillet, Piero Lissoni, etc.).

It builds its DNA with signatures and aesthetic biases both for its locations (6 showrooms in France) and for the selection of brands and products it distributes.

Also, at RBC, culture is everywhere. Through its teams, the brand is imbued with multiple architectural, artistic, literary influences…

Thus, RBC offers unique projects, with high aesthetic and cultural added value, while respecting the needs of the client.


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