W. 61 x H. 81 x D. 58 cm
Design Eugeni Quitllet
PULP is the first collaboration between Catalan designer Eugeni Quitllet and Roche Bobois: a collection of tables, chairs and armchairs with a biomorphic aesthetic that eschews straight lines and is complemented by refined finishes.
Inspired by the living world, the collection draws on the dissociation of elements: the designer imagined each piece as a cluster of molecules!
In terms of materials, PULP presents two sides of the same story:
- in glossy lacquer, it conjures up malleable shapes. Creamy white, Jaipur burgundy or elegant black: each color evokes a the idea of luxurious materials.
- in solid FSC® certified* ash wood with a flamed veneer, it showcases the idea of driftwood being smoothed and polished over time.
The chairs play on the same idea: seat, back and armrests appear to have formed through cell division, as in a growing body. Building on this theme, the seat seems to float above the tapered, Scandinavian-style leg. ...
The Fenix NTM table top is an innovative material that combines an ultra-matte look with the latest technological performance. This laminate combines the latest generation of acrylic resins with nanotechnology.
This material has a silky touch and does not leave fingerprints. It is highly resistant to scratches and abrasion, as well as to friction and dry heat. It also has an excellent resistance to impact, solvents and household cleaners, while its enhanced antibacterial properties make the surface hygienic and easy to clean. FENIX NTM is also waterproof and mildew resistant.
Micro-scratches can be removed with a melamine foam sponge (also known as a magic eraser), which is recommended to regenerate the material, or thermally with a damp cloth and an iron following the instructions in the care guide.
Dining armchair with structure in stained or lacquered ash wood, padded shell in plywood with metallic reinforcement, upholstered in fabric, leather, or leather-like fabric.
This logo identifies products made of wood from sustainably managed forests that have been certified according to the requirements of the Forest Stewarship Council.