C2A USA The French touch is exported to the USA
The art of living and French know-how
Based in Miami, our team responds to retail, prestigious hotel or luxury residential projects, bringing authentic “French” know-how to the American continent. Since its creation in 2018, our branch has been honored with prestigious achievements: the Madeleine & More tea room in Coral Gables, or the Isabel Marant boutique in New-York City. The Life House Group quickly placed its trust in us by entrusting us with the renovation of its hotels in Denver, Miami and Nantucket, to be followed by other establishments in North America.
Bilingual technical teams
Studies and plans for structures intended for the American continent are carried out in-house and directly in English, by our office of technicians and designers dedicated to export. To facilitate technical exchanges with American designers and contractors, C2A USA is placed under the responsibility of a bilingual manager, himself an interior designer and residing in Florida for many years. For a truly “made in France” product, our production is carried out by our main workshops, at the French headquarters of the CAA Group. On site, a bilingual team takes over, in conjunction with Miami. Under the guidance of our Export Department and in conjunction with our logistics department, the works are transported by containers directly to their assembly point. A few hours by boat from Miami, our Guadeloupe Companions are able to intervene or provide additional resources, so that the responsiveness of services is ensured continuously.
Passion for international design
Naturally focused on export since its creation in 1993, the CAA Group studies, manufactures and installs all over the world, with destinations as far away as Tokyo, Moscow, Abidjan, New York or even the Lighthouse at the End of the World. Men of art, his Companions accumulate valuable international experience, for which their knowledge of local or exotic wood species, their physical constraints linked to different latitudes, is invaluable. Polyglots, globetrotters, they know how to listen to and transcribe the uses and sensitivity of local architecture, while infusing them with typically French know-how.