American designer, Stewart Manger collaborated with Jouffre on two gorgeous projects in New York.
"It was a very successful collaboration! We worked together to create a comfortable and stylish interior. It was a smooth working relationship. I look forward to working with Jouffre on other projects."> Visit website
Stewart Manger Design and Jouffre worked together on two projects: a townhouse and a penthouse both located in Manhattan.
The main goal for the townhouse project was to adapt the interior to complement the client’s collection of artwork. To do so, Jouffre recovered two rounded-back Biedermeier chairs to coordinate with the rest of the room. They fabricated two sofas and two Rateau armchairs, custom-upholstered with legs carved and gilded by our craftsmen.
Jouffre also conceived curtains in a Pietro Seminelli fabric. Declercq Passsementiers created gilded rods.
As for the penthouse project located in the Upper East Side, Stewart Manger Design and Jouffre workshops worked together to create and reproduce iconic pieces from the French Art Deco period: a Jean Michel Frank-inspired sofa and Jacques-Émiles Ruhlmann armchairs. For these pieces, the designer chose muted and light nuanced fabric from Tara Chapas, Holland & Sherry and Lauren Hwang.
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