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. He imagines a kind of landscape where each piece has its own personality while echoing the others. Eight new pieces complete the three existing models. Sofa benches, armchairs, bridge chairs, benches and poufs encourage a relaxed and convivial attitude with the same desire for openness and exchange.
Carved like monoliths, the Litho collection, a prefix meaning stone, is part of a rather primitive language made very complex by its extreme simplicity. Pierre Frey's research department, with its experience and insatiable curiosity, has been able to give concrete expression to the designer's aesthetic demands, to take up the challenge of covering supple and organic forms with fabric, to find the right balance and to insist on the comfort of each piece.