Deco Flamme is one of the French and European leaders in technical production and decoration for events, creation of temporary spaces (exhibitions, stands, showrooms, clubs, etc.), furniture, artificial flowers and tent rental. Whether it’s a question of building a structure, transforming a venue or coordination, Deco Flamme can adapt to any situation. Their human resources cover all the skills needed for technical production, from planning to execution, including logistics.
The Deco Flamme concept was created in 1990 in Belgium, before being imported to the French Riviera in 1995 by Laurent Smeesters, who founded Deco Flamme Live Production. Now based in Sophia Antipolis, Cannes, Monaco and Marrakech, the Deco Flamme group boasts highly professional facilities offering a 4 000m² warehouse, a 1 000m² workshop, and a 500m² office space allowing a wide range of services perfectly tailored to its national and international clients’ budget and requirements.
Deco Flamme owns the totality of its rental furniture and equipment, as well as its freight, thereby maintaining the highest service and quality for furniture maintenance within the industry. Moreover, the Deco Flamme group’s staff comprises 72 permanent employees from computer graphics designers, project managers, sound and light engineers to craftsmen such as decorators, carpenters, drapers, couturiers and costumiers. This extensive permanent team allows the company to control every aspect of event decoration and production internally, limiting its needs for external workforce. However, during the peak season and/or on large productions, its staff can increase up to 150 or 200 workers.
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