Jean-Marie Massaud decomposes and recomposes the classic dining seat, according to the principles of radical architecture. The JEFF project is born. Perfectly recognizable primary geometries. A circle for the session. A cylinder section for the backrest. Four lines that intersect for the base. Elements that meet in a new vision. A session of extreme modernity. Almost a sculpture. A noble and sophisticated presence that marks and characterizes the space. Dry and sharp in shape, soft and precious in materials and manual processes that make it a piece of art. The backrest can be entirely covered in leather or combined with leather for the exterior and fabric for the interior, in aesthetic combinations and modular materials. The blade supports are in titanium painted steel.