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Christophe Pillet is a French designer who has won international acclaim for the spectrum and quality of his creations. Architecture, objects, furniture, art direction: his signature is invariably associated with the finest brands and projects of everincreasing weight and prestige. From transforming the Lancel boutiques across France and the rest of the Worldwide, designing the new Hotel Sezz in St Tropez, and the restaurant Guilo Guilo in Paris, to creating stands for Renault at international automobile shows: the scope and the variety of his projects share a common attitude, independent of scale. Whether it be as design director for Lacoste, or in long-term collaborations with Driade, Cappellini and Emu, his considered interpretations are a testament to high-voltage chic, distinguished both by its precision and rigor. Having been awarded his diploma from the Domus Academy (master class), he became part of the Memphis group (as an assistant to Martine Bedin, and Michele De Lucchi), when they led the vanguard of a new approach to design. Upon his return to Paris, Pillet was involved in the development of the Starck agency, during the period when American hotel interiors and the toothbrush were subject to a major reinvention.


Nation: FRANCE





    Summerset is a rocking lounge armchair, reinterpreted in a modern way, it is a perfect example of a furniture with contemporary charm. This original collection completes the Summerset family designed by Christophe Pillet, and represents a funny alternative for those who want to be lulled during...


    The Meridiana armchair, diamond that becomes suspended seating in its metallic structure, is today presented also in the leather version, which exalts the plasticity of the ribbing which makes up its form....


    Winston is an exclusive piece of furniture inspired to traditional Chinese furniture, discreet and mysterious from the outside, but full of surprises, details and qualities inside. A modern box of wanders: in fact, previous details like the mirror bottom and inserts in leather and metal are...


    The name encapsulates a way of displaying objects in a space: a display cabinet that arises from a classic motif and that reinvents itself in order to become decor that is both contemporary and design. Christophe Pillet sets his sights on around glass, creating a stage within which to display items...



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