Petite Friture Unveils Playful Villa P.F. Line

Dots, Volutes, Jungle, and Minerals wall coverings from Villa P.F. by Petite Friture. Photography by Photo Florent Tanet. Set design by Ella Perdereau.


French homeware brand Petite Friture curates a playful new collection drawing inspiration from the fields of architecture, product design, and graphic art. Dubbed Villa P.F., the grouping features the work of several international design talents. Cast pendant and table lamps by Helena Jonasson and Veronica Dagnert of Studio Vit use concrete and borosilicate glass to enlighten. The ever-talented Constance Guisset gives her Panache mirrors a kick with the addition of earringlike tassels. Week-End, a suite of extruded-aluminum outdoor furniture by Studio BrichetZiegler, is pleasingly optic thanks to graphic slats and oval backrests. Hoff, a versatile line of characterful modular furniture atop dainty steel legs, comes from the Norwegian design duo Morten & Jonas. A range of patterned pillow cushions and matching wall coverings—Volutes and Jungle by Tiphaine de Bodman and Minerals and Dots by Shelly Steer—complete the exuberant collection. 


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Villa P.F. by Petite Friture. Photography by Photo Florent Tanet. Set design by Ella Perdereau.


Cast pendant from Villa P.F. by Petite Friture. Photography by Photo Florent Tanet. Set design by Ella Perdereau.


Hoff modular furniture by Morten & Jonas, part of Villa P.F. by Petite Friture. Photography by Photo Florent Tanet. Set design by Ella Perdereau.


Panache mirrors by Constance Guisset, part of Villa P.F. by Petite Friture. 


Volutes and Jungle by Tiphaine de Bodman and Minerals and Dots by Shelly Steer. Photography by Photo Florent Tanet. Set design by Ella Perdereau.


Week-End extruded-aluminum outdoor furniture by Studio BrichetZiegler, part of Villa P.F. by Petite Friture. 
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