The French Petite Friture was created in 2009 by Amélie du Passage. Since the start, the aesthetic identity of this design brand has grown organically from three core values: intuition, fascination and conviction.
Petite Friture has a fresh perspective on contemporary design. The central theme is the creation of lighting that radiates more than just beauty. Each design therefore tells a unique story and aims to surprise and add value to the user’s life.
The lighting of Petite Friture is playful and accessible. Many of the collections have a conceptual design that combines the space in which they are located into a harmonious whole.
Petite Friture is also known as a brand that, in addition to collaborations with renowned designers, also gives young and starting designers the opportunity to bring their designs to the market. This approach provides a particularly diverse product range, with individually strong designs that together form a beautiful, balanced whole.
One of the most popular designs is Petite Friture Vertigo, a striking design that, despite its large size, still looks particularly airy. This makes this hanging lamp feel at home in both smaller rooms and large spaces.
The Mediterranea collection can also count on a great deal of praise, thanks to its light structure and lively, geometric pattern. This design was inspired by the weightlessness of laundry draped over Mediterranean balconies. A perfect example of the symbolism that Petite Friture wants to convey with his creations.
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