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PETITE FRITURE

PETITE FRITURE, LIBRE GARDE DESIGN EDITOR 

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01 About Petite Friture

PETITE FRITURE, LIBRE GARDE design editor, was founded 10 years ago by Amélie du Passage, placing bold, talented, emerging designers at the heart of its singular collections of furniture, lighting and accessories.  Petite Friture is more than just a design editor, it is a state of mind grounded in trust and generosity. Its vocation: to create virtuous beauty that will last for many years to come.

 

Each project is born of an intuitive and optimistic encounter between designer, editor, and manufacturer. It has been thanks to their collaborative effervescence that Petite Friture has helped create iconic pieces like Constance Guisset’s feather-light ‘Vertigo’, the outdoor furniture range ‘Week-end’ with Studio BrichetZiegler.

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02 Products

03 Our Know-How

Petite Friture is proud to take a stand, seeking out the best solutions at every step of the way, using the right techniques and right people to better serve the planet and do something good.

Transparency, respect, dialogue; our brand is one that seeks a sustainable future
for decades to come.

 

In just 10 years, Petite Friture has earned widespread recognition as a unique design editor, with its own universe rooted in a truly free sense of style and tone.

04 References

Public building:

Co-working space Fora in London: FRANCIS mirrors by the international HASSELL office.
(photo credit: Petite Friture) 

Hilton Diagonal Mar Barcelona Hotel: VERTIGO lights by the British THDP office
(photo credit: Hilton)

 

Provisioners restaurant in The Dixon Marriott Hotel in London: FRANCIS mirrors by the Twenty2degrees office (photo credit: Petite Friture)  

 

Thalazur Hotel in Saint Jean de Luz: Outdoor Chair Wee-End by Jean-Philippe Nuel
(photo credit: Petite Friture) 

 

Office: 
Befimmo Art 56 offices at Brussels: outdoor Week-End collection by NCBHAM belgium’s office.
(photo credit: Thibault De Schepper for NCBHAM)