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Who am I ?

Timotéo Rousseau


Having grown up in a countryside near Chartres, Timotéo has always been cradled by stained glass.

A lover of heritage since always, he regularly visits museums and religious or not buildings in which his passion for art and particularly stained glass develops.


It was during the year of his 12th birthday that he participated in his first initiation course in stained glass at the International Center of Stained Glass, Chartres. Followed by 9 other holiday internships and especially the internship in business, in last year, at college, which takes place at Ateliers Loire, in Lèves. The latter convinced him, from the first day, to dedicate his life to the profession of stained glass maker.


Thus, at 14, although having very good academic results, Timotéo decides to take the voice of a CAP in two years at Lucas de Nehou highschool, Paris V. To this is added a BMA ( Brevet des Métiers d'Art ), also in 2 years, in the same school. These learning courses enabled him to work in internationally renowned workshops such as the Ateliers Loire, Babet, Picol and then Lorin. These workshops taught him everything that a stained glass maker needs to know to work in creation or restoration in a most dignified and respectful way towards this ancestral technique that is stained glass.


Today, since 2019, Timotéo has created his company and practices stained glass for his own but also for the workshops that formed him. This alternation of workshops allowed him to participate in monumental and prestigious projects such as the emergency removal of the stained glass windows of Notre-Dame de Paris in 2019, as well as on the cathedrals Notre-Dame in Chartres, in 2017, Sainte-Croix in Orléans in 2018, Saint-Samson in Dol-de-Bretagne in 2019 and many religious or civil buildings in the surrounding regions.


Each order is unique and very instructive, whether it is located in private homes or in public buildings.

This is why, following the request of individual customers, he imagines, in 2019, a system that allows the stained glass to be used indoors, without being placed in light, and giving it a derived function. The stained glass window will serve as a kitchen splashback, installed behind a glass that will protect it and facilitate maintenance while remaining hygienic.


In addition to the classic stained glass and following certain techniques acquired over the course of his apprenticeship, Timotéo diverts the glass and lead that make up a stained glass in order to create small objects to place, plant, suspend, which makes the stained glass accessible to a wider audience .

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