An enterprising duo mines their respective creative and business backgrounds to create a furniture collection with French roots and universal appeal. Read Full Article
Jean-Baptiste Souletie and Louise Breguet are the young founders of Parisian manufacturer La Chance. They release “unlimited” editions from primarily European designers, like Note Design Studio, whose Tembo and Bolt stools are shown here in their studio space, a flat in the 16th arrondissement. Photo by: Céline Clanet
Courtesy of: Céline Clanet
La Chance unveiled two suspension lights by French designer Guillaume Delvigne at Salone del Mobile in 2013, Hal and Swan.
“Creative people like to be challenged. We’re often surprised by an approach we didn’t expect.” —Jean-Baptiste Souletier
Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance’s Borghese coffee table has an abstract form that references pine trees in the Villa Borghese park in Rome.
Charles Kalpakian’s Escheresque Rocky shelving lacquered in matte aluminum gray (Jekyll).
Charles Kalpakian’s Escheresque Rocky shelving lacquered in bright blue (Hyde).