As fascinating as a throne and as protective as a cradle, a seat that combines the concepts of strength and softness in a single piece of furniture. The sleek structure, made from solid beech strips, surrounds and supports the seat and the headrest in birch plywood with fabric upholstery. An important piece, destined to grab attention in whatever space it is placed, whether in the home or in the community.

Designer: Christophe PilletYear: 2006

Cod. OSOUL110
W 110 D 68 H 139 cm
H seat 43 cm

Materials and finishes
Frame: solid beech wood 30 mm thickness. It can be lacquered shiny, matt black or white or natural beech.
Seat and backrest: birch plywood 24 mm thickness with elastic belts.
Padding: differentiated - density polyurethane foam.
Upholstery: non removable cover.





Solid beech wood 50%

Birch plywood 15%

Polyurethane foam 15%

Upholstery 10%

Steel rings 5%

Elastic belts 5%

Christophe Pillet

This lodestar in French design gained a Master’s degree in Design in Milan in 1985, before working with Philip Starck in Paris from 1988 to 1993, after which he set up his own independent, eclectic business, featuring his hallmark style – simple, strong, and to the point – be it in architecture or interior design, furniture, fashion or industrial design. Winner of the French “Créateur de l’année” award in 1994, Pillet works with some of the biggest names in contemporary furniture design.