Initiated by Ateliers d'Art de France since 2013, Révélations is the international fine craft and creation appointment not to be missed. The 4th edition of the biennial took place from 22 to 26 May 2019 at the Grand Palais in Paris.
This year again, Jouffre was present to share the know-how of its craftsmen around a set of singular creations called Introspection.
The stall's scenography, designed by the interior design duo Lally & Berger, highlighted a research and development project initiated three years ago by the upholsterer from Lyon.
With the help of prestigious partners, Jouffre has created Introspection, a collection of six pairs of unique curtains and sheers. Craftsmen, but also members from the office and the design studio, worked hand in hand to reinvent the way decorators think, design and manufacture window treatments.
Find out more about Introspection by clicking on this link.
Five fabric houses contributed to the project to showcase their fabrics; textile atelier Toyine Sellers Texture & Design, American company Rogers & Goffigon, British company Holland & Sherry and finally two Italians, Dedar Milano and Rubelli.
In addition to this show, Jouffre organized a
Jouffre thanks all the partners who participated in this wonderful project as well as the interior designers Margaux Lally & Luc Berger for the scenography that made it possible to highlight all these creations.
Jouffre also thanks and congratulates each of the seamstresses and upholsterers who, thanks to their expertise, have perfectly crafted the six curtains in the collection as well as the two sofas on display at Révélations.
Jouffre finally would like to thank all the visitors who came to the stall in large numbers. The company's employees are very happy to have welcomed you and to have had the opportunity to unveil Introspection.
Charles and his teams are proud to have been part of this prestigious event around the arts and crafts.
Watch videos of Lilly, Ernst, Joost, Anni, Ludwig, and Oskar. The 6 pairs of curtains and sheers that make up Introspection collection: