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Edgar Jayet

Edgar Jayet

Edgar Jayet is a French interior architect and designer. Freshly graduated from École Camondo in 2021 in interiors and design, Edgar Jayet was awarded the Grand Prix from the expert panel at the Design Parade Toulon, alongside his partner Victor Fleury, another student he met during his studies. Discover his products selection on MOM!

Edgar Jayet

TRESPADE lounge chair

The TRASPADE lounge chair is made by hand-polished stainless steel tubes and sheets. Trespade collection is the repetition of dimensions, the intertwining of materials, colors and reflections: our way of interpreting matter. DIMENSIONS: H 880 x W 800 x D 550 SEAT H 450


Tea bowl - 13,5 cl / 4 3/4 oz

The tea bowl from the Pekoe collection has a distinctive lotus shape and is meant to be easy to hold and pleasant to drink out of it. The body is made of black clay with a enamel dark metal aged silver effect in the inside. The tea bowl interlocks perfectly with the saucer of the same collection. Pekoe is a line designed by Lucas Frank to celebrate the art of tea. Made of black clay with a special black smooth finish it has a delightful touch and handling. The tea cup and the saucer interlock perfectly which insures stability while serving your tea.


Sofa CV Model CV

Recognizable by their singular style and admirable by the perfection of their realization, the furniture of the Valdés collection has become references and cult objects highly sought after by connoisseurs and design lovers. The C armchair and the CV sofa complement the trio of seats in natural leather by offering a seat and backrest upholstered and covered in beautiful leathers. The padding made of dense foam adds to the feeling of comfort. Original creations with a marked identity.



"Dedicated to the modern Marie Antoinette" This glass series applies Japanese true gold leaf to the Patrician glassware serviec designed by Josef Hoffman, central member of the Vienna Secession and cofounder of the Wiener Werkstatte. The work is an homage to Viennese culture, including such figures as Klimt and the Hapsburg family, and represents an international aesthetic that combines Japanese gold leaf technique with Austrian blown kali crystal.


Bogart Bench

This bench is made with a rattan frame and solihiya weave for the seat.



Handmade easel with rattan, with leather fixings, comes in black and torched finish.


Spring - Chair

Spring is Front’s playful and offbeat take on a classic, prim and proper chair. In theory, its functional design broad arms, wide seat, comfortable back, padded and upholstered body should make it a perfect fit for virtually any environment. Be it at home around the dinner table, in a meeting room or even in a hospital waiting area. If it were not for the way it plays with conventions, that is, incorporating for instance a bold red spring encouraging users to try its bounce.


Cardinal amrchair

Gorgeous curvy armchair created in 2015. Built with peeled rattan, natural blades and lacquered in red.


rBowl Band series

cowhide(split leather), brass, copper, nickel silver


T for 2, tea set for two people.

Tea for two set. To move one hand over one underside, the two cups are stored underneath before deployment at the time of service. Capacity of 55 cl. In total two saucers, two cups, an infuser and the body of the teapot. Borosilicate glass, heat resistant.


Debut of the day - Lamp

Very elegant, wireless, rechargeable LED table lamp that combines a porcelain lampshade and an anodized metal base. The lines are simple while offering a very elaborate design. Two materials that work together to create a subtle and contrasting whole. This beautiful piece will bring a contemporary aesthetic with delicate curves to your home. The light comes from a LED that diffuses a soft white glow that is calm and soothing. Inside or outside this lamp will easily find its place. USB-C charger and EU plug included.



Impossible to resist this new fire-resistant mesh fabric, designed like crochet that projects us into childhood memories. Its softness and ultra soft material with soft and perfect colors gives the house a dolce vita air. Information

Edgar Jayet, firmly anchored in the South

Freshly graduated from École Camondo in 2021 in interiors and design, Edgar Jayet was awarded the Grand Prix from the expert panel at the Design Parade Toulon, alongside his partner Victor Fleury, another student he met during his studies. In the wake of all this, he founded his multidisciplinary agency and designed, for the Fondation Carmignac in Porquerolles, four chairs in acacia wood inspired by the fruit-picking ladders used in Provençal olive groves. It’s been a truly promising start for this passionate young man with a thirst for all kinds of different experiences. He admits that, from the age of 13, he already knew that he would be a designer, and at 17, he got an internship in New Zealand so he could start to learn about the field. Once he returned to France, he began his professional life with Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, then continued at architectural firm Jacob&Macfarlane and with Xavier Veilhan, where he would be named Production Manager. In short, we get it – Edgar Jayet doesn’t waste any time! Today, this designer with a special sensibility for craft has landed on a pétanque pitch and is developing a range of portable furniture that he plans to produce himself. Keep your eye on this one!

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