Maison&Objet 2013: rolls of slatted wood are draped over simple chair frames to complete these seats designed by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance for French brand Petite Friture.
Launching at Maison&Objet this week, the design was inspired by and named after temporary coverings found at markets. The slats are mounted on cork so they flow over the solid oak chair frame and hang down the back.
We featured a four-piece collection by Petite Friture when the brand first launched in 2010. Other projects by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance on Dezeen include a restaurant at the top of the tallest skyscraper in Paris and leaf-like LED lights.
The Maison&Objet trade fair for interior design, homeware and gifts takes place from 18 to 22 January and you can see all our stories about the event here.
- Interview with Maarten Baas
- Dezeen podcast: Alberto Alessi at the De…sign Museum
- Smarter Skies by Airbus
- Momentary by Catarina Hällzon
- 4D Glass by Jonathan Krawczuk
- London's Largest Living Room by Studio W…eave and Eley Kishimoto
- Moooi opens New York showroom to target …booming US design market
- Gaudi Chair by Studio Geenen
- Monza by Konstantin Grcic for Plank
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