Referencing the Bauhaus movement, the Grid Armchair boasts a strictly angular form whilst retaining the identity of the original Grid daybed, a strapped wooden structure upon a black tubular steel leg. Complimentary to its boxy shape the armchair features a dome-shaped faux leather cushion to form the backrest, an interesting and inviting addition to an elegant and stylish design. Completely adjustable, Grid can be easily composed according to the user's surroundings, transforming a compact room or vast space.
Pool is a design studio created by Léa Padovani and Sebastien Kieffer in 2010. These two former collaborators of Noé Duchaufour Lawrance are active members of the ‘nouvelle vague’ in French design. They create graphic objects with imbued richness in the details.