For Dolmen concept, 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 program thought as landscapes. Large islands of seating with generous shapes that can evolve over time and adapt to the space and the needs of each moment, sitting together, talking, reading, 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.
Construction : modular can be adept with a single plate or a double plates
Armrests : High resilience foam of 2 densities : 40kg/m3 and 35kg/m3 wrapped in polyester wadding
Seats : High resilience foam of 3 densities : 40kg/m3, 35kg/m3 and 35/10kg/m3 wrapped in polyester wadding
Back: HR (High Resilience) foam 35kg/m3, HR foam 26kg/m3 , wrapped in polyester wadding
High resilience foam
Cushions with piping
Taking account of the parameters defined by the architects, interior designers and product designers, the custom department can successfully meet the demands all types of projects. Creation of unique pieces or customization existing models, Pierre Frey’s trade expertise makes it possible to adapt the level of comfort and other finishes according to the characteristics of each project and the desired effects.
By taking over a French manufacturing workshop that dates from 1928, Maison Pierre Frey commits to safeguarding precious know-how. For positions from company manager to designer, cabinetmaker, tailor or upholsterer, Pierre Frey hires master craftsmen or graduates of the major schools of art and design specialized in the artisanal approach.
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