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Jane Worthington

~ Jane Worthington ~

‘Vol de Rêve plays on a more flexible way of living’

Having worked for four years at Philips in the product design department, British born Jane Worthington (1969) changed to designing furniture. She designed the Balou model for Leolux, a teddy bear with soft forms that, as it were, embraces you when you sit in it. This cosy feel is a characteristic of the designs Jane has created for Leolux. At the Cologne International Furniture Fair in 2006, a much-talkedabout new design was presented: Gisa, Jane’s swan.


Inspired by her Gisa design, Jane Worthington created a beautifully elegant seating system in 2006 with sofas and elements that fit effortlessly in every interior. ‘Vol de Rêve plays on a more flexible way of living,’ says Jane about this design. ‘Relaxing, welcoming guests, dining, you can do that all on and around Vol de Rêve. The model offers a choice of two different arms, which each radiate their own atmosphere. The various elements permit creative combinations for any interior.’