Van Cleef and Arpels

Paris, France


Perspectives of lightness. LaCividina for Van Cleef & Arpels Paris

In the center of Paris, an unexpected courtyard leads to the entrance of the new headquarters of Van Cleef & Arpels, the maison of haute joaillerie founded in the late 1800s in the French capital. Environments for work and meditation that follow one another inside an elegant 17th century building and for which Constance Guisset has conceived light furnishings in which scenarios of movement and calm alternate.

At the center of the large and dynamic room designed for co-working, the collection of chairs Waves expresses its full creative potential, combining for the first time three different fine fabrics used and sewn on the same seat, for over sixty modules and twenty different variants. All characterized by the excellence of LaCividina’s manual workmanship.

Dedicated to regeneration is instead the library, which with its dark colors and soft light enhances the brilliance of the works on display. A space made even more comfortable by the compositions of sofas in Velour velvet, the collection designed by Antonio Rodriguez for LaCividina, which invites you to linger during breaks in the day to capture moments of inspiration.

Interiors: Constance Guisset Studio
Photography: Clément Barzucchetti