THE MODERN GENTLEMEN'S VALET
Jeeves is a wall mounted valet named after the character in P.G. Wodehouse novels. This elegant piece is directly inspired by the traditional suit stand. La Chance re-interpreted this old-fashioned object for contemporary gentlemen and ladies. In an entrance or a dressing room, Jeeves will welcome the finest jackets and suits in the most elegant way.
TOLILA & GILLILAND
Gaston Tolila and Nicholas Gilliland are respectively French and American architects. They worked together on cultural and humanitarian projects for 10 years while pursuing their careers in the most prestigious architecture studios before they finally decided to create their own studio in 2011.
What was the original inspiration for the Jeeves valet ?
Can you sketch the Jeeves valet in your dream house ?
A FLAT IN THE EIFFEL TOWER
During the UEFA Euro 2016, La Chance exhibited some pieces in the ephemeral apartment designed by Benoît Leleu (M-Cube Architecture, Paris) on the second floor of the Eiffel Tower. The Jeeves valet was part of the exhibition.
Photo credit : Studio Erick Saillet