Classic New Yorker Covers Influenced Atelier Jouffre’s New NYC Showroom

Who among us isn’t captivated by the depictions of daily life that grace the covers of The New Yorker every week? The ones by late illustrator Pierre Le Tan, however — who drew many a domestic scene for the magazine — were in fact the muse for a new NYC showroom for French upholsterers Atelier Jouffre. Designers Olivier and Clio Garcé — who recently moved from the city to Lisbon, where they set up their own studio, Garcé & Dimofski — transformed the industrial building in Long Island City into a space where artworks and design pieces are intended to “emerge from an illustrated dreamscape.”