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Minimal, slender and graceful, Tempo brings rhythm to a space in the form of a chandelier or wall lamp. With Tempo, Atelier de Troupe signs a lamp that brings a heightened sense of elegance through a play with light and empty space. Curves and straight lines embrace each other with geometrical connectors. Visual rhythm and repetition effortlessly occupy large. Tempo exists in satin brass or black brass editions; the glass is blown and frosted.  Lire la suite…

 

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Danish brand Handvark just unveiled the Mantle chair designed by Iskos-Berlin during Maison & Objet fair. Like a mantle thrown over the simple chair frame to make it comfortable, still keeping the print of the person, who just left it… And now it stays waiting for you to host you, to cuddle you. Mantle chair is a perfect design by danish tandem everybody remembers as Komplot design now working with their own names.  Lire la suite…

 

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Estudio Persona, a simple name for two volcanic personalities: Emiliana Gonzalez, an industrial designer and Jessie Young, a conceptual artist. This Uruguayan duo has been living in Los Angeles since 2014. Their two separate visions of the object happily contend with each other on a daily basis. A discussion flows between functionality and sculpture, product and narrative, in order to create furniture that speaks both to space and to the body. Should an object appeal first to the eye or to the function it holds? This eternal design debate is invited on a daily basis into their Angelino art-district-based studio. It is the foundation from which they draw and produce their collection, inspired by Uruguayan culture, far from the exuberantly colorful Latino cliché. Lire la suite…

 

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From 2018 forward, the MAK Center for Art and Architecture’s Fitzpatrick-Leland House in Laurel Canyon will play host to a series of ongoing design-centric exhibitions and programming, kicking off with Pin-up: A Designed Tribute to Schindler’s L.A. This show brings together four Los Angeles-based designers and one artist around the Austrian-born California modernist architect R.M. Schindler: Atelier de Troupe, led by Gabriel AbrahamBrendan RavenhillPamela Shamshiri with John Williams; and long-time Schindler advocates Marmol Radziner. The Fitzpatrick-Leland House (1936) was originally commissioned by developer Clifton Fitzpatrick as a spec house (a real estate promotion to attract buyers to the new housing tracts in Laurel Canyon). Schindler’s now classically modernist design established the area as a common ground for L.A.’s cultural and political avant-garde, and the house continues to inspire today’s thriving creative community. Lire la suite…

 

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Exclusively made-to-measure, the French architect Nicolas Dahan signs an impressive display of design integrated within a 450m2 two-story apartment. A secret is shared with every footstep taken; curves and edges slide towards each other, disappearing into worlds of varnish, marble, wood, coloured mirrors and pastel. An inestimable residence where the ceiling is a luminous work of art itself: an incandescent surface evading all signs of light source, enhancing its own beauty with a filter of natural light. Lire la suite…

 

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The graphic design studio SUPERO unveils a collection of calendars and notepads to organize your time in 2018. Applying the rigor of Swiss typography at its best, the studio combines both precision and originality. The team, who has made the superlative its signature, is one of the greatest ambassadors of the timelessness and rigor of Swiss style. “To be in fashion is easy, to be relevant for a decade is much more interesting to us. Swiss style is at the basis of contemporary graphic design. It is like a bible that we play with, instilling micro-shifts to create identities and objects which are both urban and durable,” describes the duo formed by Jennifer Sunier and Samuel Perroud. Lire la suite…

 

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The small French production company newcomer Bloomboom unveils its first pendant pop lamp, deliberately going against the trend for brass, wood and marble combinations. Ten fun models are available in bright and simple designs: crisp black and white graphics or plain colours. Create an imaginary and poetic interior garden with this range featuring Forex (expanded PVC) petals hand-sculpted in Paris. Lire la suite…

 

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Amalthée, Himalia and Elara like three satellites of Jupiter. Three rational organic shapes sculpted by Ora Ito into three mineral and sensual outbursts for domestic landscapes. The Satellites range is a limited edition and available in different types of marble. Lire la suite…

 

ok Matter Made - MMXVII - Fuorisalone 2Matter Made, the design brand by Matter, New York based gallery, will be showcased by Triode starting on 16th of November, with a private vernissage. Matter was founded in 2003, and quickly became recognized as an innovative furniture design store, later becoming the editor of Matter Made brand, which maintains the same high standards of quality and innovation the gallery became known for. Its founder, Jamie Gray, has always strived to be a key actor in contemporary American design. He curates, sells, organises events and exchanges, and also designs lighting and furniture. To have the same quality within both of these realms of design is rare” explains Jacques Barret of Triode.

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The Balise collection alone sums up the DNA of Atelier de Troupe: the collision of eras with the passion for 20th century furniture! Balise hybrids the 60s and the irreverence of Jean Royère, with his opal glass globe, hanging from a brass or metallic arm. Graphic and luxurious, Balise is one of the creators best selling objects. It exists as a wall lamp or as a suspended chandelier. Lire la suite…

 
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