The BRAQUENIE COLLECTION service is the result of a unique collaboration, the story of a meeting between textile and porcelain, between materials and colors, between two French companies, Pierre Frey and Bernardaud.
La Maison Pierre Frey presents its latest furniture collections created in collaboration with renowned designers.
Gabrielle Rul is a 27 year old multi-plastician and model who graduated from the Studio Berçot fashion design school.
Rather than clothes, which she sees as camouflage, it is the personality of people expressed through their looks that fascinates her.
Giorgia Zanellato and Daniele Bortotto set up their agency in 2013 in Treviso after graduating from the IUAV University in Venice and completing a master's degree in product design at ECAL in Switzerland. Giorgia goes through Fabrica, a design research centre, while Daniele collaborates with...
Charles Tassin's vision as an architect and decorator and his sensitivity to space led him to design a modular ensemble for Pierre Frey that can be cleverly integrated into small or large spaces.
Vincent Dupont-Rougier initially studied art history. Passionate about design, he began working as a self-taught designer before joining the Arts Décoratifs de Paris.
For Pierre Frey, Guillaume Delvigne designed a collection of seats made up of large, massive, sculpted shapes entirely covered in fabric, paying homage to the company's historical know-how.
Djo-Bourgeois! A mythical name for fans of the modernist movement, which hides a couple of artists with complementary talents: Georges Djo-Bourgeois, known as Djo-Bourgeois, architect and designer with a dazzling career, and Elise, his wife, textile designer.
Charlotte Juillard was inspired by the geometric aesthetics of cubism to create the DORA line. The name refers to the French photographer and painter Dora Maar, who was also one of the lovers and muses of the painter Pablo Picasso.
Gesa Hansen design Frame for Pierre Frey.