Jolivet is a glass designer and sculptor working mostly with metal elements and various glass material to create her art pieces. In 1982, she received her diploma in Applied Arts from the Verrerie-Cristallerie and a technical diploma (BTS) in industrial aesthetics in 1991. She describes her work as “double-sided: from a single piece of material requiring complex techniques to small editions made by molding and blowing… » She has won various awards, including the Lilliane Bettencourt Prize in 2001 for her « Marquise » work, which can be found in Parisian boutiques and galleries.
In 2006, the famous Venetian firm Salviati collaborated with Jolivet to design tableware, specifically bowls. She created a series (Pop, Vertigo, Spin) of five bowls using different techniques focusing mostly on traditional glass art; they translate all the spirit of a Venetian know-how in an urban and contemporary style.
Since the beginning of her career, she has had the opportunity to showcase her work at Maison & Objet and at exhibitions throughout Europe, including Tools Galerie, Paris – La Cité des Femmes – Paris and Maison Parisienne – Galerie Gstaad, Switzerland.