• Vertigo

    Nothing short of a miracle with this balancing act: a fibreglass structure and polyurethane ribbons combined together in 2010 to give life to Petite Friture’s first iconic piece – Vertigo. Be it like the dizzying heights of Hitchcock fame, or the hypnotic depths of an op-art illusion, or a “forest dwelling-lampshade” as described by Constance Guisset, Vertigo is a living, moving mix of lines and shadow that takes you under its protective, hypnotic cover…

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  • Succession

    What better than a table to bring people together? The tried and tested recipe has once again hit its mark with a Succession of porcelain table-ware that brought together designers Färg & Blanche, craftsmen from Revol – specialists in moulded porcelain – and Ido Garini from Studio Appétit, who joined the table in September 2016 for the collection’s launch.

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  • Mediterranea

    Linen sheets gently billowing in the fresh air as they hang loosely off tightly strung clotheslines… Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance delves deep into memories of holidays in the countryside, playing with drapes of brushed-brass lace to paint with light – constructing wall, suspension, reading, and standing lamps for any setting.

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  • What baloney !

    Quite the silly sausage! What started out life on a butcher’s hook in a New York deli, now hangs proudly from the ceiling as a light fitting in our collection. A whimsical creation straight from the mind of Sam Baron who took his original work – made for Sight Unseen – and morphed it into a Petite Friture suspension light. Fuel your appetite with a single bite… or enough to feed an army.

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  • Ping

    You’ve already met some of the Pings – the baby, mum and dad – Andras Rigler would now like to introduce you to a new and larger member of his family of Russian dolls: Grand-Dad. Always taking things a step further, the miniature, matte ceramic penguin becomes an almost surrealist totem taken straight out of Gulliver’s Travels.

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