Jouffre and interior designer Stewart Manger worked together on a project to decorate a typically Parisian apartment.

In the living room, the Lyon craftsmen worked on the creation of a large sofa upholstered in a brown moon silk fabric signed Lauren Hwang as well as a generously proportioned white armchair. In the center of the room are two tables accompanied by nine chairs, all carefully designed by Jouffre. All the furniture in the room rests on a huge carpet of Beauvais Carpets and the neutral tones of the living room underline and highlight a painting by the German artist Gerhard Richter. On the kitchen side, the high chairs placed around the central island in marble were made by Jouffre upholsterers in a fabric from the Toyine Sellers textile workshop. The curtains, matched with the light above the central island, were also made by the Lyonnaise house in a wool and cotton fabric woven from Dedar. In the apartment’s library there are beautiful works such a Pablo Picasso and a ceramic sculpture by Kate Malone. Next to the side table made by Patrice Dangel is a cream-colored sofa located opposite two armchairs dressed in the same light fabric. These three creations were designed, developed and produced by the Jouffre teams, as were the embroidered curtains that adorn the window of the room. The bathroom of this Parisian pied-à-terre allows you to admire the remarkable work of Pietro Seminelli, renowned for his unique plastic reflection on the art of folds, who made the blinds in the room by folding exception. The blue chair which goes hand in hand with the dressing table in the bathroom was also made by the upholsterers Jouffre.

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