François Devineau creates his scenic workshop in 1985
François Devineau creates his scenic workshop in 1985.
Initially working with the public theatre, François Devineau rapidly took part in the buzzing cultural wave of the 1980s’, culminating in 1989 with the spectacular ceremonies of French Revolution’s bicentenary.
In the nineties,
Devineau’s workshop enters the fashion industry and widens its skills with the creation of sets for some of the most prestigious Houses shows and boutiques.
Thanks to our serious and vast experience, we offer our services to the show and events’ industry; including sceneries for the theatre and the opera, fashion shows, shop windows, events and artistic setting-up.
Set director : Nicky Riéti
Director : André Engel
MC93, Bobigny, France, under the direction of René Gonzales
The Dance Revolution, 1789 and us
Choreographer : Maurice Béjart
Grand Palais, Paris
"La Marseillaise", the French Bicentenary parade
Show imagined by Jean-Paul Goude during the French Bicentenary parade
Champ de Mars, Paris
Zingaro equestrian theatre
Architects : Patrick Bouchain and Jean Harari
The workshop participates with the company Loriot in the construction
from Bartabas' Zingaro equestrian theatre at the Fort d'Aubervilliers, France
Set director / Director : Pier Luigi Pizzi
Opéra Bastille, Paris, under direction of René Gonzales
The workshop takes part in the construction of the horse show.
Photo : © C. Leiber
Set director / Director : Jean-Claude Auvray
Théâtre antique d’Orange, France
Ariane and Blue-Beard
Set designer : Hans Dieter Schaal
Director : Ruth Berghaus and Martin Schüller
Théâtre du Châtelet, Paris
Photo : ©Marie-Noelle Robert
Devineau’s workshop starts its collaboration with set designer Stefan Lubrina on Karl Lagerfeld’s projects. It builds fashion sets of prestigious Houses including Chloé, Lagerfeld and Chanel.
Exhibition Karl Lagerfeld's womens
Set designer : Stefan Lubrina
Galeries Lafayette, Paris
Set designer : Jean Rabasse
Director : Roland Joffé - With Gérard Depardieu, Uma Thurman and Tim Roth
Filming at Saint-Cloud Park, France