Christophe Pillet Redesigned The Classic Armchair for Arketipo
Monterrey sofa dimensions: 86 x 90 x 86 h cm and ottoman: 50 x 58 x 35 h cm make it a part that can be part of space not too large, without being recharged. In terms of finishes, available in leather and fabrics of different colors that give a more modern look.
Furniture, interior design, architecture and scenery projects are the most important fields in which he has worked the versatile designer Christophe Pillet. Born in a village near Paris in 1959, since 1988 lives and works in the Parisian capital. He studied at the School of Decorative Arts in Nice and, later, at the Domus Academy in Milan. Trained for years in Philippe Starck’s team since 1993 has developed its work individually working with leading companies such as Cappellini, Daum, JC Decaux, Diadro, Loreal, Lacoste, Moroso, Reanult, Veuve Clicquot, Moët & Chandon, Bally.
In 1994 he was chosen as designer of the year in France. From that moment begins a brilliant career that takes you to exhibit their work in important design exhibitions in cities such as Paris, Lisbon, Osaka, Tokyo and Athens.
Arketipo is an Italian company dedicated to the design and production of sofas, armchairs and occasional furniture for both domestic and contract sectors. Its beginnings date back to 1982, thanks to the initiative undertaken by a group of Tuscan businessmen. As of 2008, introduced his collection a number of decorative accessories. Sofas and armchairs are signed by names such as Francesco Rota, Gordon Guillaumier, Lievore Altherr Molina, Christophe Pillet or Nendo. Since 2007, a member of ADI (Industrial Design Association).