MAISON JANSEN STYLE NEOCLASSICAL BERGERE
Maison Jansen style neoclassical bergere with wings.
Solid beechwood frame, hand carving, patinated painting finishings.
Maison Jansen was a Paris-based interior decoration office active in between 1920 and 1950. Initially inspired by styles such as Louis XVI or Empire, the firm produced new work in a Neoclassical spirit. It also expanded to new trends (Art Nouveau, Art Deco and successive modern styles) and further foreign influences. Jansen is up to the present time a reference in interior design.
Vosges custom fabricates neoclassical chairs, beds, furniture and lightings for luxury residential projects.
Photo: Thomas Hennocque