Our offices are located in a historic building in Toulouse, always at the heart of economic activity. Indeed, in this place, The Universal House, department store from the early 20th century, was a real success.
Also known as the Grand Bazaar Labit, The Universal House was founded in 1877 by Antoine Labit, whose fortune will allow his son, Georges Labit, assembling the art collections that can be admired at the Museum which has his name.
However, competition is becoming more and more important and The Universal House will struggle to resist the creation of new brands. It went bankrupt in 1929. Popular stores then have more success. Printafix takes place in 1934 until 1991, and then other brands follow.
Since 2001, our offices are on the 4th floor of the building and, now, on part of the 3rd floor since our merger with Brunel firm in January 2014. Light offices, with a central location and at the heart of history.