On the occasion of the Salone del Mobile and Design Week in Milan, La Maison Pierre Frey has designed a custom-made ephemeral villa adjacent to its new showroom located in the fabric editors' district.
The three new collaborations that enrich the PierreFrey furniture range and thecollection of twenty-seven daring and unexpected printed carpets are on display.
TREE NEW FURNITURE COLLECTIONS
Designed by Constance Guisset, this collection is composed of modular seats inspired by the geological structures in Iceland: the Basaltic Organ. It adapts to all uses and surfaces thanks to its system of hooks and each module can be moved.
Named ‘young talents’ by ELLE Decor Italia magazine in 2015, the duo Zanellato & Bortotto created the Natalie sofa for Pierre Frey. Faithful to the cultural heritage of Pierre Frey, the collection nevertheless adopts a more contemporary look by combining robustness and comfort in a soft and refined design.
VOID ET ANNE
Gonçalo Campos, a Portuguese designer known for his humor and pragmatism,has created for PierreFrey's Signature line, Void and Anne, an armchair that is as practical as a bridge and a bridge that is as welcoming as an armchair.
Twenty-seven emblematic designs of fabrics and wallpapers that have made Pierre Frey, Braquenié and Le Manach successful, revisited and printed on carpets and rugs, are to be discovered as a preview at the Villa Pierre Frey in Milan.