The Jack bed, designed by Jean-Marie Massaud, has the authority and character of a product that defines a space. The headboard is superbly rigorous, embellished by a light and delicate hand-stitched X motif that epitomises the expert craftsmanship typically associated with Poltrona Frau.
Jack can be enriched with two bedside surfaces, upholstered like the bed. The structure of the Jack headboard is in birch plywood and MDF with soft padding in polyurethane foam and polyester wadding. The base is made from lightly padded poplar plywood. The cylindrical feet are in matt black-coloured aluminium. The optional bedside surfaces are composed of a circular surface upholstered in Pelle Frau® leather and a metal arm with gunmetal grey finish that allows them to be moved. The upholstery is in Pelle Frau® leather. The Jack bed can be completed with the wide range of bed surfaces, mattresses and coordinated accessories from the Poltrona Frau Notte® collection.
Width: 2200 mm
Depth: 2190 mm
Height: 1120 mm
Architect, designer and inventor, Jean-Marie Massaud seeks to only create designs that question established expectations and subvert trends and preconceptions.
Born in Toulouse, France in 1966, he graduated from the École Nationale Supérieur de Création Industrielle - Les Ateliers, Paris in 1990.
He founded Studio Massaud in 2000 with Daniel Pouzet and His approach is centred on the search for a pure aesthetic, where the individuals’ needs are always paramount.
To date, he has worked for prestigious companies such as, Offecct, Cappellini, Poltrona Frau and Cassina, and luxury brands Armani, Lancôme and Baccarat. In 2000 he founded Studio Massaud with Daniel Pouzet and orientated his activity towards architectural projects alongside furniture and industrial products design.
Although most well known for his furniture designs, such as the Outline easy chair for Cassina, the Archibald A easy chair for Poltrona Frau, the Bond chair for Offecct and the Jackie bed for Poltrona Frau, the studio has also reinvented the architectural brand images of Lancôme and Renault and has directed large-scale projects such as: the Tanabe House (Fukuoka, Japan), a 50,000 seat stadium in Guadalajara, Mexico.