Sculptures Jeux was born in 1973 from the idea of the French designer Bernard Vuarnesson and his wife Ariane to revisit the interior spaces in a playful way: forms the concept of ' toy sculpture '. In 2011 it acquired the brand, which becomes Sculptures Jeux Italia.
The object is treated in its details: from the design , to the choice of materials and workmanship, up to the impact on the environment , combining form and function, play and lines. An innovative approach dresses all the furnishings making them unique with delicate elegance: building the individual space is a profoundly creative act.
The philosophy of Sculptures Jeux , always attentive to sustainability policies , is translated into the object. The company has chosen a photovoltaic system to support 70% of production, all the suppliers of panels and blocks are FSC certified, the combustion of biomass resulting from office and workplace heating processes and production is already ready for the new US rules for low formaldehyde emissions: each product is certified CARB type 2 and EPA TSCA title IV .
The Sculputures Jeux furnishing accessory does not end in a specific space, but reinvents itself and resists over time: durability is the palpable sign of sustainability.
Here are some products
Hall trolley, which through a game of sliding and fixed shelves, can increase its capacity according to needs. With clean lines and bottle holders that can be accessorized, LeBar embodies functionality and elegance in the essence of its use.
Versatile and multifaceted, Papillon was born as a console but, depending on the needs of the moment, it is easily transformed into a table or desk, thanks to the integration of the movements of the legs and top: because evolution does not is never a prisoner of the same form.
Eclectic and lively, this cabinet-container adapts to multiple contexts: to the living area as well as to the sleeping area. Also perfect as a wardrobe to be used by the little ones. A single module within which the doors can be combined, the two dimensions are exchanged according to needs and the patterns are subverted.
With its grace, in the combination of materials and colors Workin is a state conceived as a compact workspace. High quality materials underline the decorative charm of this small desk, where elegance is given by the contrast between the rigorous lines of the outer shell and the soft curves of the tops
The mirror born from paper clips: the primary shapes acquire a new meaning thanks to the original source of inspiration, which reinterprets the wooden frame and transforms it into an essential decorative complement. Not only a mirror designed for its functionality, but also a refined accessory element