The Altar line designed by Daniel Rous is inspired by the monolithic and monumental furniture of ancient churches. Its imposing, generously proportioned block aesthetic is reminiscent of the altar, the centerpiece of a church around which communities gather, as a ritual or to be convivial. The light catches and underlines with elegance the impressive work of cutting the multiple facets. Like a sculpture carved out of the mass, ALTAR pays tribute to the work and know-how of Maison Pierre Frey’s carpenters. The solid wood fabrication reinforces the monolithic aesthetics of the pieces. An elegant and sophisticated finish underlines the subtlety of the material, the veining of ash or oak.
The Anne dining chair has a feminine line, soft, and embracing. The suspended backrest allows a perfect posture. The base has been designed with an elegant curve. The upholstered seat offers the perfect comfort of an upholstered armchair on a delicate chair.
For the Dolmen line, Constance Guisset was inspired by geology and the Icelandic basaltic organs shaped by lava, whose geometric forms are as irregular as spectacular. She imagines a modular concept thought as a landscape. Large islands of seating with generous shapes that can evolve over time and adapt to the space and respond to the activities of sitting together, talking, reading and resting...
The set is composed of 14 elements (footstools, benches, backrests, tables and armrests) to be used together or separately, alone or in multiple versions, linked together according to your desires, by an ingenious system of hooks.
The upholsterers take particular care to ensure the comfort of each piece to offer a perfect balance between aesthetics, dynamism and flexibility.
The LITHO line, designed by Guillaume Delvigne, means «stone» in ancient Greek. It resembles a primitive landscape where each piece would have its own personality and would resonate with each other. Each piece is the result of an assembly of volumes, either nested or simply placed one on top of the other, reinforcing this monolithic presence. Large, massive and sculpted forms emerge with a polished, almost mineral appearance. Entirely upholstered in fabric, they pay homage to the Maison’s historical know-how. Sofa, slipper chair and bench evoke a relaxed and friendly attitude.
The VERSO line offers a set of functional pieces that respond to new lifestyles. The pieces demonstrate an innovative approach and mix classic and contemporary elements in an elegant aesthetic. It is available in three seating options: two slipper chairs and a pouf with a coffee table. A folding screen with shelves, VERSUS, and two pedestal tables, VENUS, complete the line in a new spirit of contemporary design. Designers and craftsmen have highlighted careful finishing: the solid oak is engraved with fine grooves and brass knobs emphasize a luxurious sophistication.
The Virgule line is a set of modular furniture allowing to compose a complete and personalized interior. The pieces live together harmoniously, joined or not and occupy the space according to your desires. The name Virgule given to the collection comes not only from the curve of the seat but also from the general movement of the furniture that can be assembled or modulated as desired. A sort of custom-made punctuation of the space. Looking for comfort, the classic shapes and the taut lines contrast with the interior curves. The cushions integrated into the backrest create a graphic and light effect. The comma shape allows for different seating arrangements and is adjusted to all morphologies.
The Void armchair is both simple and sophisticated, graphic and round. The suspended backrest, as if balanced on the two corners of the armrests, creates an unusual empty space that becomes the center of the armchair. The visually light construction contrasts with a denser base and gives a bold presence as a confortable armchair.