Hollo Stool

Designed by:  AC-AL Design
Manufactured by:  Petite Friture

Amandine Chhor and Aissa Logerot used a band of steel to develop a series of tables in rhythmic lines. Their simple and solid allure, combined with their stability and epoxy coating mean that the Hollo tables can be used both indoors and out. The Hollo stool is available in anthracite, gold, black, blue, burgundy and white. Manufactured by Petite Friture.
13.8" Diameter, 17.3" H
$335.00
Designed by:  AC-AL Design
Manufactured by:  Petite Friture

Amandine Chhor and Aissa Logerot used a band of steel to develop a series of tables in rhythmic lines. Their simple and solid allure, combined with their stability and epoxy coating mean that the Hollo tables can be used both indoors and out. The Hollo stool is available in anthracite, gold, black, blue, burgundy and white. Manufactured by Petite Friture.
13.8" Diameter, 17.3" H
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Designed by:  AC-AL Design
Manufactured by:  Petite Friture

Amandine Chhor and Aissa Logerot used a band of steel to develop a series of tables in rhythmic lines. Their simple and solid allure, combined with their stability and epoxy coating mean that the Hollo tables can be used both indoors and out. The Hollo stool is available in anthracite, gold, black, blue, burgundy and white. Manufactured by Petite Friture.
13.8" Diameter, 17.3" H

Petite Friture

Based in Paris, Petite Friture is a French editor of furniture, lighting, and accessories. Established in 2009 with the mission of promoting young design talent and collaborating with them to develop a catalogue of furniture, lighting, and objects.

AC-AL Design

AC-AL Design studio was founded in Paris in 2013 by Amandine Chhor and Aïssa Logerot. Both are graduates from ENSCI Les Ateliers and each worked for several years in design agencies and for international companies like Hermès. From 2009 to 2012, they have been collaborating on contemporary design projects using sustainable craft techniques in developing countries like Cambodia, Morocco, and Cameroun. The design duo has a passion for materials, crafts, and industrial manufacturing processes. Their precise, elegant, and clean lines give their design its identity.