Petite Friture's Abstraction collection includes lighting and wallpaper featuring geometric patterns based on optical illusions and modernist buildings.
The range – which will be unveiled at Maison&Objet in Paris – includes pendant lamps with circular details, lights that hang together in clusters and wallpaper that takes inspiration from architectural details.
French design brand Petite Friture plans to show the collection among an installation of mirrors and brightly coloured geometric panels, designed to emphasise the pieces' connection with optical art.
Included in the range is French-Austian duo Celia-Hannes' Kling lighting, which pairs bell-shaped shades with anthracite brass rings. The lamps come in several different table and pendant versions, attached to a single circle or to an arched support that contrasts shades in different shapes and sizes.
Belgian designer Sylvain Willenz has designed a set of lamps that function as a "lighting garland", featuring subtly ridged black shades that can be arranged as a single light or in groups that are hung bunched together.
The Abstraction range also features wallpaper that borrows from architectural forms, including French designer Leslie David's postmodern-style Constellation 1 and 2, which pair slender lines with chunky circles and rectangles.
Mexico-based illustrator Ana Montiel's Utopia Ascending wallpaper is more riotous, featuring a jumble of overlapping shapes that also seem to have been borrowed from modernist buildings.
Petite Friture – which was established in 2009 to champion the work of young French designers – often adopts a playful approach to its products, previously launching sausage-shaped lamps and sofas covered in cushions designed to look like giant pebbles.
The brand demonstrated its love of mid-century earlier in the year, when it showed a new furniture collection against a backdrop styled on a vibrant, modernist home.