Maison Duvivier Canapés, the commitment of a French brand and manufacturing - exceptional sofas, armchairs and furniture.
Collection Elsa, design Guillaume Hinfray.
A tribute to the great American designer Roy Halston, Elsa, like a figure of style, dressed in tweed or velvet but always sheathed in leather, is an elegant invitation to bask in the sun. In 2020, this talented, multi-faceted designer and his muse Elsa Perreti, designer for Tiffany, who recently passed away, will be rediscovered by everyone at various events around the world.
Collection Serge, design Pierre Gonalons.
The great novelty of Autumn 2021. With this first collection for Duvivier Canapés, Pierre Gonalons revisits a great classic, the Chesterfield. "The Serge collection embodies that Parisian chic that we can never really define but which is always reinventing itself.
A collection of sofas, club chairs, poufs, coffee tables and benches in the purest tradition of French craftsmanship.
Serge will find his place in both residential and luxury hotel environments.
Collection Auguste, design Guillaume Hinfray.
Auguste is an invitation to take a nap. Visually eliminating the structure of the sofa - back, arms, legs - and keeping only the best: the cushions.
The Auguste collection is made up of a series of simple elements: corners, armchairs, footstools and sofa ends offered in different widths that can be added to and multiplied in order to adapt to all desires and requirements.
Collection Jules, design Charlotte Juillard.
Jules is directly inspired by the cabanes tchanquées of the Ile aux Oiseaux, in the Arcachon basin. While these huts, subjected to the harshness of storms and exposed to the relentless movement of the tides, inspire a feeling of durability, they also add historical charm to the object and are a nod to French know-how. Marked by the beauty of this decor and the aestheticism of the cabins, Charlotte Juillard has transcribed them into an elegant and timeless piece of furniture for Maison Duvivier Canapés.
Jules can be composed in all versions: sofas, half sofas, armchairs, half armchairs, corner, meridian, pouf, coffee table... All in 2 seat depths. It can be adapted to all interiors, needs and desires.
Collections Allure, design R&D Duvivier Canapés.
Allure, a collection of sofas, armchairs and benches with chic and elegant, almost precious, seating that will bring a touch of exception, both in residential spaces and in the high-end hotel industry.
Collection Emile, design Guillaume Hinfray.
Emile was born from the idea of prolonging the nostalgia and well-being of holidays. To bring back into our homes that informal, nonchalant yet so comfortable sitting in the sun or in the shade of the ancient tree. The transformation did not happen without some corrections. This indoor chilienne welcomes its guest with generous proportions and a clever and very simple rocking system... a rocking chair. The materials, meanwhile, have taken on a decidedly luxury attitude. Full grain leather, lined with real wool felt for the seat and solid oak, hand-waxed. Foldable, this armchair may be seen as an occasional chair stored in a cupboard, but once tried, it will be adopted and will find a place of choice in the living room where it will remain clearly visible, like a real object of desire.
The real Made by Hand, from French know-how, is a rare and lasting asset that hides a unique beauty.
Maison Duvivier Canapés has been cultivating and perpetuating this outstanding craftsmanship since 1840, combining it with quality materials among the most beautiful in the world, to design and produce exceptional French sofas, armchairs and furniture.
The Maison is one of the first to be granted the "Living Heritage Company" label in 2006, a guaranty of French excellence and know-how. All products are manufactured entirely in France in both workshops of the brand near Poitiers, south of Paris.
Brand models have distinguished themselves through the combination of aesthetics, comfort and material.
The Maison places high importance on the company’s responsibility. In this spirit, it seeks to transmit a production and consumption ethic: the loyalty to its craftsmen and suppliers, the pride of its land and its origins, the responsibility towards the environment and the frankness towards its customers.