GRID is a piece for everyday life with a modular seat that can be composed differently to ensure comfort and that can be adapt to small or vast rooms.
A splash of grey and a hint of black... or blue... or beige... Petite Friture is toning down to dress up with a stylish new collection of colours for its seating range. In 2015 POOL designed the grid daybed, celebrating the bauhaus style, it also honours their graphic talent. In 2016 POOL developed the concept and transformed GRID into an all-modular system by creating basic modules: a simple armchair, a corner armchair, a stool and coffee table now join the range to complement the two seater sofa. They can all be connected by a simple attaching system in order to create a number of configurations: 3 seater sofa, a corner sofa, a loveseat… to suit your every whim. Each element retains the identity of the original daybed: a strapped wooden structure held up by a black tubular steel leg; all topped with geometrically patterned square or round fabric or leather cushions.
POOL is a duo composed of Léa Padovani (1981) french of Iranian-Italian heritage and Sébastien Kieffer (1982), french, based in Paris. In 2010, POOL create a collective concept, whose goal is to explore associations between objects, architecture and images. Beyond the obvious presence of an object, its beauty and function, the designers search for a multiplicity of meanings and highlight the emotions and reference points. In 2012 they were nominated «Talents à la carte» during Maison&Objet, «Young New Talent» for the price AD and received the «LABEL VIA» for the W&W lighting ceiling system manufactured by ALTER. They have since have created numerous scongraphies and projects for Cassina, Café Craft, Biennale de Kortrijk...
PETITE FRITURE, LIBRE GARDE design editor, was founded 10 years ago by Amélie du Passage, placing bold, talented, emerging designers at the heart of its singular collections.