Art Deco Heritage for a New Generation
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La Chance seduces interior designers around the world with a contemporary interpretation of the ornamental French furniture tradition rooted in the Art Deco period
Schedule a tour of the Millesime showroom to see our favorite pieces by La Chance.
La Chance is the brainchild of Jean-Baptiste Souletie and Louise Breguet. Their vision is sophisticated pieces created by a cosmopolitan selection of the best designers from the new generation working with the highest-quality materials. La Chance, based in Paris, produces furniture, lighting, accessories, rugs and wallpapers for a new generation.
Borghese Sofa by Noé Duchafour-Lawrence
More of a sculptor than a designer, his trademark organic and natural shapes can be found in his furniture as well as in the spaces he designs worldwide. Noé designed the Borghese sofa and the Borghese coffee table.
The Swan Lamp designed by Guillaume Delvigne
Swan is a large pendant lamp with smooth and curvy lines inspired by the figure of ballet dancers. Swan is made of an opalescent shade in blown glass floating above a chromed metal cone and will case a bright but elegant light in your space.
Salute coffee tables designed by Sebastian Herkner
Sebastian Herkner is a German designer, known all around the world for designing products that share a
tasteful and rigorous simplicity. He designed the Salute coffee tables, one of the best sellers of La Chance’s collection.
Float coffee table designed by Luca Nichetto
While geometrically striking, Float is also refined in it’s small details; a perfect bezel runs along it’s circled edge. It’s made to grab attention, yet Nichetto’s attention to details makes it versatile enough to fit harmoniously into any space.
Iconic Standing mirror designed by Dan Yeffet
The Iconic Standing Mirror seems to float above the marble base, both airy and statuesque. This oversized, free standing structure has a strong architectural presence in any space it’s in.
Toy vase designed by Guillaume Delvigne
Toy is a sculptural vase in blown glass with hand painted decors. Its designer, Guillaume Delvigne, received the Grand Prize of the creation of the city of Paris.