Intriguing design: Païpaï seating collection from LucidiPevere for Ligne Roset

Ligne Roset's Païpaï by LucidiPevere is a new line of upholstered furniture that follows an intriguing concept of “folding a piece of paper to create a closed shape.”

The comparison to origami is inevitable, as Païpaï has “fold lines” that mark the main junctures between the components (armrests, back, seat and sides).

The collection includes a three-seat settee, a love-seat and a footstool. It also has commodious dimensions, plush upholstery and uses Bultex foam. Païpaï also has a structure of mechanically soldered steel.


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