A “recreation” proposed by José Lévy
Entitled “Jeux de salon”, this new collection was designed by José Lévy. Designing deliberately modular elements, the designer sought to combine the world of play with that of finesse and detail. Colorful pieces with noble materials, in homage to the fabrics specific to the Lelièvre Paris house. “All the fabrics used for this collection are original Lelièvre fabrics. No fabric has been created especially for these pieces” specifies the designer. By taking the cushion as a starting point and common thread, the designer thus imagined the collection as a construction, which stacks and unstacks to infinity, depending on each person: “I was inspired by these childhood games, when you seize elements of the living room without complex to build, stack cushions, sit astride on an armrest…” Baptized “Jeux de Salon”, the collection therefore consists of cushions, a sofa, an armchair, an ottoman, two rugs, enough to bring young and old together. As a nod to the house’s historic showroom located on Place des Victoires in Paris, José Lévy had fun christening the pouf “Palais Royal”, naming “Galerie Vivienne” a long cylindrical bench inspired by the pommel horse. . The two rugs have a worked graphic to be positioned both alone and assembled.