Petite Friture Week-End Armchair
  • Petite Friture Week-End
  • Petite Friture Week-End Bridge Armchair
  • Petite Friture Week-End Bridge Armchair
  • Petite Friture Week-End Bridge Armchair
  • Petite Friture Week-End Bridge Armchair
  • Petite Friture Week-End Bridge Armchair
  • Petite Friture Week-End Bridge Chair
  • Petite Friture Week-End Bridge Chair
  • Petite Friture Week-End Armchair

Petite Friture Week-End Armchair

€313.22
Availability if not in stock approximate 3 to 4 weeks.
Color: *
  • Black
  • Blush
  • Jade Green
  • Green Grass
  • Bordeaux
  • Yellow
  • Blue
  • White
  • Dune
Shipping Costs
€88.25
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The WEEK-END collection is a full range of outdoor furniture.

Designed with practicality in mind, all of the seats are stackable. The Week-End collection is a complete range of outdoor furniture. The oval and circular shape drawn by the backrests makes them a graphic statement. The impact of the horizontal and vertical slats, so similar to stripes, highlights the full and empty spaces, asserting the identity of the collection.

The WEEK-END collection includes seats - a chair, a bridge, an armchair, -, tables -  a coffee table, a square table for 2-4 people, a large dining table for 6-8 people.

« The Week-End collection is a complete range of outdoor furniture. The oval and circular shape drawn by the backrests makes them a graphic statement. The impact of the horizontal and vertical slats, so similar to stripes, highlights the full and empty spaces, asserting the identity of the collection.” Studio BrichetZiegler

Sold by 2, same color, price for one chair

Specifications

Aluminium, grained epoxy matt paint, anti-UV coating for outdoor use.

Size Description

Lenght: 50cm
Width: 57cm
Height: 77cm
Seating Height 45cm

  • Studio BrichetZiegler

    <p>Caroline Ziegler and Pierre Brichet created the Studio BrichetZiegler in 2010. Seeking to put exchange and discussion at the center of their research, it is an open thinking workshop where poetry, materials and forms dialogue with sensitivity. They collaborate with furniture and lighting editors, and work on industrial design and scenography projects. In 2015, they also embarked on self-publishing by creating the By Hands brand. Working on all scales, with a predilection for furniture and objects, their projects take shape over the course of their encounters. They design colorful, graphic and expressive, evocative and generous objects, where the material is highlighted, as much as uses.</p>
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