The Païpaï collection was designed to offer the best possible seat comfort thanks to the height of the back and the judicious use of high-performance foams.
Païpaï is a project which unfolded from a simple gesture: folding a piece of paper to create a closed shape. And thus, a visibly comfortable cocoon seat is born. The folds mark the foam, shaping its contours and giving emphasis to the armrests, thus creating the identity of the settee, which was named after the Pai-Pai fan which itself has a characteristic rounded shape.
Large settee and loveseat: structure of seat and
back in mechanically-soldered steel. Structure of
armrest in technical fabric for flexibility. A sheet
of steel forms the joint between seat and
armrest. The screws are visible and make a nice
Ottoman: structure of seat in panels of multi-ply.
Structure clad in polyether foam and high
resilience polyurethane Bultex foam. The entire
structure is clad in 100 g/m² and 200 g/m²
Legs in matt black steel Ø 3/4'' - 18 mm.
Settee and love seat: suspension of seat and
back via elastic webbing. Structure of seat in
high resilience Bultex foam (38 kg/m3 - 3.6 kPa),
clad in ultra-flexible polyurethane foam (30
kg/m3 - 1.8 kPa) and 200 g/m² polyester
quilting. Back in high resilience Bultex foam (38
kg/m3 - 3.6 kPa,), clad in ultra-flexible
polyurethane foam (30 kg/m3 - 1.8 kPa) and
polyester quilting (200 g/m² and 100 g/m²).
Lumbar cushion (26'' x 12'' - 66 x 30 cm) filled
with goose feathers.
Footstool: structure of seat in high resilience
Bultex foam (38 kg/m3 - 3.6 kPa), clad in ultraflexible
polyurethane foam (30 kg/m3 - 1.8 kPa)
and 200 g/m² polyester quilting.
Structure of back: 1/4'' - 5 mm bourrelet stitch.
Removable covers in both fabric and leather.
Covering material recommendations: Harald,
Gandino, Match, Canvas, leathers.
Paolo Lucidi (1974) Luca Pevere (1977).
Both graduated and professionaly trained in Milan, they started to develop their first projects together since 2003 and in 2006 founded their studio LucidiPevere. They are facing constant challenges using unusual technics and aesthetic means to develop new forms of products.
Some of the brands LucidiPevere work with are De Padova, Zanotta, Gebrüder Thonet Vienna, Agape, Ligne Roset, Foscarini, Kristalia, Living Divani, Normann Copenhagen, Very Wood, Emu, Casamania, DeCastelli, La Cividina, Teracrea. Their products appeared in different museums and won major awards such as Designpreis Deutschland, Red Dot Design Award, Good Design Award, Compasso d’Oro Honourable mentions and many others. They took part in various exhibitions in Europe and in the U.S. and appeared in different publications.