The Hollo range plays with gaps, rhythmical lines and full surfaces: they alternatively catch our eye, and let it go.
Amandine Chhor and Aissa Logerot used a band of steel to develop a series of tables in rhythmic lines. With only one material, these tables use industrial codes and give priority to usage and function. Their simple and solid allure, combined with their stability and epoxy coating mean that the Hollo tables can be used both indoors and out.
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.