Since October 2007 the company has occupied a former tithe barn (Foyer Saint-Georges) dating from 1527.

Located in Haguenau (fourth largest city in Alsace) a stone’s throw away from the station and in the city centre, these premises provide us with a pleasant, spacious and spectacular environment.


Up until the time we moved in, the building - which is a landmark - had not been occupied for 16 years.

On the ground floor we have a 970 sq. ft. bench room boasting beautiful Renaissance arched windows opening onto the exterior.


In this room, which is equipped with five workbenches and several other worktables, you will find all the equipment specific to organ building.

It is in this room that each and every part, as well as traditional assembling pieces like dove-tail joints, mortise and tenon joineries and other chantournements are made, planed down and assembled with hot glue (organic, bone, skin, fish).