Anne Toulhoat-Haberland is engaged in personal work as a painter and textile designer. In spite of this she accepts commissions to do decorative work in many different fields. Her lanterns (which are patented) are on display at her workshop at Ivry-sur-Seine. The glass of these lanterns is either etched, painted or assembled as stained glass: all her own work. Her knock-down furniture pieces (painted metal, epoxy) are free for production. As for her work in textiles, many of her designs have been successfully printed (by Capucine Puérari, New Man ...), while others are still in stock, (projects for rugs, scarves, shirts, dresses...) and are thus available. She is currently working on a new collection (using an exotic theme) for the year 2000.