In 2004, Fermob asked Frédéric Sofia to reinterpret the legendary chairs and armchairs of the Jardin du Luxembourg, created in 1923 in the Paris parks department workshops, and which Fermob still manufactures today for the city's public gardens. The result was a chair and armchair with distinctive lines and forms, combining the lightness and resistance of aluminium, the comfort of curved seat slats and the practicality of a stackable frame.
Between graphics and function, structural realism and formal aesthetics, Frédéric Sofia makes his way instinctively, from the world of objects to contemporary art.
|Commercial Use|| Yes|
|Warranty|| 3 Years|