The story begins in 1973 when the workshop is created in Tulle, in Corrèze.

At the beginning, the fabrication is focused on classical trend with jacquard fabrics and velvet.

Until the end of 1999's, Neology principally makes traditional sofas and armchairs. Then, the tendency was "Made in France".

The 1st new armchair Club made by traditional standards is exhibited in the "Salon du Meuble" in Paris in 1995. Until now, we only found them in antique dealers, and they need to be restored.

The enthusiasm is direct. As in the Saint-Antoine's suburb of the 20th century, sheep skins are hand-waxed and backs are carefully studded.

Therefore, Neology reinvents the different versions of the clus as the Moustache or gendarme's hat.


At the end of 1990's, as classical collections are losing speed, Neology partners with the designer Bernard Massot to create a contemporary line.

Curves and trimmings are associated to new functions such as adjustable headrests.
Baxo, Manhattan, Negresco or Zen, these models are still the best-sellers of the Actual collection.



The collection of recliner armchair licensed Lafer is launched in 1999, Neology proposes armchairs with footrests integrated.

The airy recliner armchair with manual or electric control has taken the place of the little independent and cumbersome pouf.

In the 2000's, the society continues its collaborations with several designers like Christophe Pillet, Christian Ghion or Didier Versavel.


This partnerships result in first hotel projects and diversification of the activity.
Upholstered benches, bridges of restaurants or headrests, customized creations are still more meticulous and specialized.

This technical guarantee is also sought by Aéroport de Paris or Chantiers de l'Atlantique for seats destined to strong usage constraints.

Crédits photo Marc Chaumeil

In 2014, Neology launches a collection of little armchairs in a great variety of forms.

The models Cube, Greco or Java allows it to integrate the market of sofa for small spaces and adapted to urban areas.

In 2018, the society employees 28 people and produce around 2500 pieces per year.




In 2019, Neology has been awarded the label "Origine France Garantie" for its sofas and armchairs in leather TORO.

Made by the tannery Rémi Carriat based in Espelette (64), this incredible touchdown leather is a full-grain aniline finish with thickness of 2,2 mm.

As a result, Neology is the first French Fabricant which obtained this certification for housing-seats.