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CARNET DE VOYAGE

The CARNET DE VOYAGE collection is the work of an enthusiastic traveller and reflects Pierre Frey's commitment to traditional craftsmanship and know-how.

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Villa Grecco

Tiffany Howell

Like a scene out of a film, this home, which you might imagine nestled in the European countryside, is in fact a Mediterranean villa built in the 1930s in the historic Hancock Park district of Los Angeles. Owned by a couple of television and film scriptwriters, the designer Tiffany Howell in charge of the project has turned Villa Grecco into a source of inspiration for its occupants. 

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Berlin line

Designed by Christian Haas, Berlin is based on an organic, rounded aesthetic vocabulary. The pure line of the backrest surrounds the seat in a continuous movement. The upholstered base gives a slight lift to the structure and creates a lightness to the pieces. Entirely upholstered, sofa, pouf and armchair are a tribute to the know-how of Maison Pierre Frey.

The Maisons

PIERRE FREY

Founded in 1935, Maison Pierre Frey creates, publishes and manufactures fabrics in an inventive and deeply eclectic spirit. It draws its inspiration from the art of distant ethnic groups as well as from the 18th century in France and contemporary art. The Pierre Frey collections combine materials and motifs in bold and unique colours. In recent years, Pierre Frey has expanded its offer to include new professions in which the House expresses all its creative power: wallpaper, custom carpets & rugs, furniture.
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BRAQUENIÉ

Created in 1824, Braquenié is famous for its printed cotton, silk and hand-woven carpets. This illustrious House contains many historical treasures: old textiles, carpet samples and watercolour drawings. The documents, carefully preserved, reveal a fascinating world where know-how and elegance are sure values in terms of taste. Braquenié became the "great couturier" of interior design. The Frey family acquired it in 1991, perpetuating the spirit of origin through common values: tradition, know-how and excellence.
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BOUSSAC

Marcel Boussac has remained legendary for his intuitive and creative genius. Essential in the French entrepreneurial landscape, it left its mark on the textile industry in the 1950s. Pierre Frey bought Boussac in 2004 with the desire to revive the fundamentals of this illustrious company. The latest collections highlight a new approach to decoration oriented towards the world of Design and push the limits of textile creation by always keeping in mind comfort, quality of execution and ease of use.
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FADINI BORGHI

In 2004, Pierre Frey bought Fadini Borghi, born from the union of two Italian publishers who make up his name. Throughout its history, Fadini Borghi has never ceased to sublimate this magical and unique yarn called silk. Rich in an extraordinary heritage, this House brilliantly revisits the great Italian classics and offers a contemporary re-reading. Damascus, velvet and lampas rub shoulders with plain and fake ones, with the common denominator being the desire to cultivate a certain idea of Italian splendour and taste.
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LE MANACH

This textile house, created in 1829, cultivates an unconditional love for the tradition of refinement, heritage and French craftsmanship. Its silks, brocatelles, damask and velvet with exceptional designs reproduce textile archives, the oldest of which date back to the Renaissance and highlight rare skills. After being run by the same family for five generations, La Maison Le Manach was bought by Pierre Frey in 2014, extending the happy alchemy between past and present.
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SOLEIL LEVANT

SOLEIL LEVANT! A name like a promise of elsewhere, the discovery of a thousand-year-old art, landscapes and a singular craft: the Far East. Driven by the spirit of Wabi-Sabi, between fullness and the traces of human activity, the collection revisits the real or imaginary bestiary of tigers and dragons of this land, Chinese porcelain, and the techniques and patterns of traditional Japanese or Tibetan clothing. It invites poetic escapism through the interplay of textures, inks, shapes and colours in subtle harmonies.

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MAGAZINE FREYQUENCE

Inspired by the verdure tapestries of Aubusson from the 17th and 18th centuries, this exquisite fabric and wallpaper bring the beauty of historical craftsmanship to modern interiors.

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Also known as the artist "Wolffia Inc", Emily Jackson seduces the Maison Pierre Frey design studio with her dynamically shaped paintings and vivid, multi-textured flat tints of colour.

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