With the Cottage collection, Pinto Paris revisits a country furniture in turned wood and woven geometric reed accents which could be found, on a terrace, by the fire, equally at home at the edge of the sea or in a mountain chalet, in a lodge or in a family home … The inspiration is the vernacular rural furniture that was ennobled in the nineteenth century by the spirit of The Art and Crafts movement of William Morris, then in the twentieth century by Charlotte Perriand, leading the popular design in the ways of modernity: simplicity of forms and materials, aestheticisation and stylisation of humble taste, valorisation of the unique work by hand.
Although inspired, this collection stands out in the treatment of turned wood: we are closer to an Africanist aesthetic and the sculptural language of Brancusi: a series of cores and repeated edges, punctuated with simple dishes and rigorous. The sturdy, powerful oak with its open pores and vibrating grain, is still evident in the dark hue. (This collection, presented in black to affirm the graphical form could be also considered in natural oak.)
The choice of Rush work is a bold choice: traditional Rush work requires a complex, arduous and often painful technique. Sadly, it is in great decline and is now almost a lost art. It takes two full days of continuous Rush work to produce a single Cottage chair. The generous proportions of the model, the polychrome of the straw, the regularity and pattern of the Rush work, the hollow square shape makes the work, unique and extremely complex.

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Seat and backrest in traditional rye straw
Structure and legs in ebonised French oak

W 83 x D 85 x H 92 cm
W 32.7″ x D 33.5″ x H 39.2″
Seating height: 38.5 cm / 15.2″

Handmade in France
Production lead time: 10 – 12 weeks

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With the Cottage collection, Pinto Paris revisits a country furniture in turned wood and woven geometric reed accents which could be found, on a terrace, by the fire, equally at home at the edge of the sea or in a mountain chalet, in a lodge or in a family home … The inspiration is the vernacular rural furniture that was ennobled in the nineteenth century by the spirit of The Art and Crafts movement of William Morris, then in the twentieth century by Charlotte Perriand, leading the popular design in the ways of modernity: simplicity of forms and materials, aestheticisation and stylisation of humble taste, valorisation of the unique work by hand.
Although inspired, this collection stands out in the treatment of turned wood: we are closer to an Africanist aesthetic and the sculptural language of Brancusi: a series of cores and repeated edges, punctuated with simple dishes and rigorous. The sturdy, powerful oak with its open pores and vibrating grain, is still evident in the dark hue. (This collection, presented in black to affirm the graphical form could be also considered in natural oak.)
The choice of Rush work is a bold choice: traditional Rush work requires a complex, arduous and often painful technique. Sadly, it is in great decline and is now almost a lost art. It takes two full days of continuous Rush work to produce a single Cottage chair. The generous proportions of the model, the polychrome of the straw, the regularity and pattern of the Rush work, the hollow square shape makes the work, unique and extremely complex.

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