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Verso Collection

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Verso

The VERSO concept is a set of pieces that responds to new lifestyles with both functional and modular design. A link between decoration and function, the collection demonstrates an innovative approach by mixing classical, contemporary and futuristic elements in a timeless aesthetic. Available in 3 seating configurations: slipper chair with dressing table and drawers, slipper chair with bookcase that can be combined with several pieces including; a large bench or pouf with coffee table. A folding screen with shelves called VERSUS, and two pedestal tables called VENUS that complete the concept in a new spirit of contemporary design.

All the pieces are made in France in the Pierre Frey workshop in Villers Cotterêts. Designers and craftsmen have managed to highlight particularly meticulous finishes: the solid oak is engraved with fine grooves, luxurious brass knobs underline this sophistication and the mohair velvet "Teddy" elegantly adorns the shape of the seats.

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Sam Baron, Artistic Director of Furniture

Maison Pierre Frey appoints Sam Baron as artistic director of its new furniture line to reinterpret traditional know-how in a contemporary way. As a true conductor, he revises the activity as an editor and proposes the Maison invite several design names to sign a unique piece of furniture. For this concept, he invited young and talented designers David Raffoul and Nicolas Moussalem to work on the theme of travel and transatlantic liners to create a new modular concept.

David & Nicolas

David Raffoul and Nicolas Moussallem met at the Lebanese Academy of Fine Arts where they both studied interior design. Together they furthered their studies at the Scuola Poliltecnica Di Design in Milan before going their separate ways, with David joining the Fabrica research centre in Treviso and Nicolas becoming a freelance designer.In 2011 the duo met again and set up their design studio in Beirut, quickly building their worldwide reputation thanks to their multidisciplinary approach and «retro-futuristic» style. Over the years their creations have been exhibited at the Nilufar Gallery and the Carpenters Workshop Gallery. They have worked in conjunction with major international brands as well as on high-end projects for independent clients. They bring an obsessive attention to the smallest details and cheerfully combine Eastern and Western influences, ancient and contemporary.

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Slipper chair

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Verso slipper chair
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Slipper chair

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Verso Slipper chair
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Pouf & pedestal table

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Verso Pouf and pestedestal table
Versus
Folding screen

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Versus Folding screen
Versus
Pedestal table

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Versus Pedestal table
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René rug