Do a good job, Have a good time, The utopia of Arthur Brancart
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Arthur Brancart was the inventor of Marbrite, a kind of tinted glass which became widely used in Art Deco. Starting in 1915, he built an entire village around his glassworks in Fauquez; more than 1000 workers, from Flanders and all over Europe, helped to spread the reputation of the factory until it closed in 1972. In this documentary we hear from Lucien Brancart, the last Master Glazier and grandson of the founder, and from surviving workers, an account of the rise of the glassworks and of Arthur Brancart’s paternalist approach to organizing the lives of his workers.
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La Chapelle de verre de Fauquez La Marbrite Vitrolite - Pigmented structural glass Art Déco Fondation Médicale Reine Elisabeth Cimorné
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Arthur Brancart was the inventor of Marbrite, a kind of tinted glass which became widely used in Art Deco. Starting in 1915, he built an entire village around his glassworks in Fauquez; more than 1000 workers, from Flanders and all over Europe, helped to spread the reputation of the factory until it closed in 1972. In this documentary we hear from Lucien Brancart, the last Master Glazier and grandson of the founder, and from surviving workers, an account of the rise of the glassworks and of Arthur Brancart’s paternalist approach to organizing the lives of his workers.
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Do a good job, Have a good time, The utopia of Arthur Brancart
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Do a good job, Have a good time, The utopia of Arthur Brancart
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Marbrite Museum
Synopsis Arthur Brancart was the inventor of Marbrite, a kind of tinted glass which became widely used in Art Deco. Starting in 1915, he built an entire village around his glassworks in Fauquez; more than 1000 workers, from Flanders and all over Europe, helped to spread the reputation of the factory until it closed in 1972. In this documentary we hear from Lucien Brancart, the last Master Glazier and grandson of the founder, and from surviving workers, an account of the rise of the glassworks and of Arthur Brancart’s paternalist approach to organizing the lives of his workers. Trailer News
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La Chapelle de verre de Fauquez La Marbrite Vitrolite - Pigmented structural glass Art Déco Fondation Médicale Reine Elisabeth Cimorné