A result of the careful research on the free-form, the Granville seating system focuses on an interplay of curves and of marked and light strokes.
The modules, which vary in shape and size, interact with each other, while the armrests and backrests design relaxing areas suggesting different ways of seating.
Granville is available both in the traditional sofa option and as a more flexible solution of detached islands. Joinable together, the various elements come without fixed backs and armrests and are characterized by the original curved shape of the removable armrest.
Developed not as a simple formal exercise, but as an opportunity to reflect on the sofa as a space to be lived and shared, Granville is the expression of a young and contemporary spirit.
The thickness of the back, together with the addition of a chaise-longue element and the detachable armrests are an invitation to live it in different ways, depending on the number of guests, their needs, or the time of the day.
A system that offers a new concept of comfort and that redesigns the living room landscape.
Christophe Delcourt is a name that began to circulate among the French design crowd at the end of the 1990s. There are good reasons why the debut of this young designer did not go unnoticed. Not only is he entirely self-taught, but his early design projects are the work of his own hands. Later in his career, Delcourt decided to entrust the production side of his work to others but his across... More