Other projects in this first series include a pendent lamp called Vertigo (above) by Constance Guisset, faceted seating by Marie Declerck and Usin-e (below), and a modular candle stick by Jean-Charles Amey.
Petite Friture is founded by French designer Amelie du Passage and will present this collection at Maison & Objet in Paris later this month.
Here's some text from Petite Friture:
On Amelie du Passage's initiative, Petite Friture was born from a hint of feeling, a bit of fascination and a lot of firm conviction. A fad. For objects, their curves and their aspect.
For their authors, their creativeness and their calling into question. A vibration.
For materials and their possible new applications. And also a dash of frustration. To stop short in front of projects that are not manufactured.
So many tracks, and a feverish wish to follow them. Until it itched too hard.
For its first collect, six designers, four objects.
- Minimal Work Station by Fredrik Paulsen
- MoMA Design Store presents Kickstarter-f…unded products at New York Design Week
- Spirit House Chair by Daniel Libeskind
- Bril’s Coniferous Clock is filled with… leaves that take a year to die
- Wreath Project by Agnieszka Lasota
- Marlies Schets' reflective fabrics turn …everyday accessories into cycling safety gear
- Chameleonic gemstones map brain activity… across headdress by The Unseen
- Storm furniture by Johannes Hemann
- David Derksen launches Moiré jewellery …at Ventura Lambrate
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