Grid extends its intriguing geometrics of form to a comfortably proportioned armchair. The varied cushion shapes in leather and fabric feature subtle grey tones juxtaposed with a choice of seating in predominantly beige, blue or black. Retaining the signature wood platform structure with black web strapping and black tubular steel legs, the armchair is a striking addition to Petite Friture’s collection by Pool, collectively Paris-based designers Léa Padovani and Sébastien Kieffer.
36.2" h x 28 " w x 30" d (92x71x76cm)
Steel, wood, polyurethan foam, fabrics, epoxy paint
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Paris-based Petite Friture (French for “small fry”) champions new names as well as veteran designers as they collaborate on objects, lighting and furniture, all created for everyday life. “Emerging talents benefit from the exposure of the more established talents, while established talents remain fresh and open to new ideas thanks to the contact with emerging talents,” says founder Amelie du Passage. “I like to think of Petite Friture as the meeting point.”
Every product tells its own story. “It alludes to happiness, the sunshine, and a simple but pleasing dish to share with people you love,” Amelie says. “In short, it means many positive things that make life worthy.” She sees the workings of the much-heralded brand, which only debuted in 2009, much like a book editor. “Our role is to gather all of these mini-narratives together and combine them to create the Petite Friture story.”