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Jean­marie Massaud | Grantorino

Furniture Jean­marie Massaud | Grantorino

Jean­marie Massaud | GrantorinoJean-Marie Massaudtakes inspiration from the world of saddlery with his GranTorino design: a modular sofa with an exquisite, original version that combines Saddle Leather® Extra and fabric. Hand-cut, hand-shaped leather closely moulds the lines and structure of the seat, including the upper part of the backrest, to bring out their true beauty.

Jean­marie Massaud | Grantorino

Jean­marie Massaud | GrantorinoThe high, slim armrest also presents intricate, careful workmanship and has a leather cover that folds down on the inside and is attached to the frame with elegant steel rivets designed by Poltrona Frau. The small but spacious trunk-container also acts as an armrest; it is entirely upholstered in leather and has an ecru fabric interior with an elegant, natural oak tray.

Designer: Jean­marie Massaud
Project name: Grantorino
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