The idea underlying the Heaven project is that of lightness derived from forms emerging from hollow spaces bordered by interweaving lines.

Colli
1
Depth
120cm
Frame finish
Aluminium 20
Frame material
Painted Steel
Frame package depth
113cm
Frame package volume
0.523m3
Frame package weight
13.1kg
Frame package width
113cm
Height
39cm
Is suitable for outdoor use
Yes
Stackable
No
Static load
100kg
Table top material
Glass
Tabletop diameter
120cm
Tabletop finish
Transparent 00
Tabletop height
0.8cm
Tabletop package depth
134cm
Tabletop package height
8cm
Tabletop package volume
0.144m3
Tabletop package weight
28.5kg
Tabletop package width
134cm
Tabletop weight
22.5kg
Weight
7.7kg
Width
120cm

The thin, woven steel frame is the distinctive feature of a collection marked by well-proportioned lines and overall harmony. Steel chairs paired with transparent glass tops lighten the table surfaces, lending them an intangible quality. The harmonious and sophisticated shapes of the Heaven range of furniture give the impression of unconventional elegance.


Jean-Marie Massaud

Graduated from the ENSCI in 1990, Jean-Marie Massaud has run a quest for synthesis, reduction and lightness since his first intuitions. He has been working all kind of design fields, from furniture to industrial product and equipment. In 2000, he founds Studio Massaud and expands his expertise to architecture and brand development.

He collaborates with various brands such as Emu, B&B Italia, Axor Hansgrohe, Dior, Poltrona Frau, Lancôme or Renault. Denying trend and fashion, Jean Marie prefers questioning the existing, working out on progress and eventually proposing answers to contemporary stakes. It is this symbiosis between Man, his creations and his natural environment, that Jean Marie Massaud strives to reach, as a catalyst to innovation, as an economic model and as a life project.


Emu began in 1951 in Marsciano, Umbria, and during the 60s found its natural vocation in the manufacture of outdoor furniture, in which it could best express the technology, cultural heritage and local know-how gained from experience of working with metal.