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For their 2019 collection, Atelier de Troupe plunges into 70′s Neo-Noir Hollywood. Gabriel Abraham, a former set designer, imagines Coda chair and Nuage Z lighting for a character in the likes of Philip Marlowe in Robert Altman‘s “The Long Goodbye”. Chromed tubular forms woven with leather or fused with glass compose a captivating and elegant collection, creating a nostalgic cocktail, A de T’s manifest since 2012. Lire la suite…

 

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Atelier de Troupe unveils the 2018 the Pastille pendant. Pastille is a hand blown glass shade that can hang alone or grouped in different color combinations. The hardware is ribbed and made from solid brass and can be finished pure or blackened. Lire la suite…

 

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JIA, is a collection of lounge chairs, sofas and tables for the modern home. Minimalist and yet opulent, the JIA are made of massive oak and fumed oak wood and soft fabrics, as well as the use of travertine and oak for its coffee and side tables. Lire la suite…

 

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Atelier de Troupe unveiled Alice at the latest New York furniture fair in May. A spectacular lamp available as a chandelier or on a stand, conceived as a tribute to brutalist modular architecture. With this new collection of sensual geometry, Gabriel Abraham, the artistic director and founder of the brand remains faithful to the line of contemporary nostalgia which has been at the heart of Atelier de Troupe’s success since 2011. Lire la suite…

 

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The sensual geometry of the Sitio pieces by Atelier de Troupe recall Robert Mallet–Stevens, or perhaps is it Schindler or Sornet? The hallmarks of the masters of modernism have pervaded our psyche, merging into one to present one and the same experience, a lifestyle when we believed in futur as a promess. Sitio collection offers an armchair, daybed and table designed with precise, minimalist and inviting lines in oak, blackened oak or walnut. Lire la suite…

 

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Atelier de Troupe unveiled Kyoto sconces during last ICFF fair in New York. Kyoto is a unique outdoor/indoor lamp collection. Sand cast in bronze, brass and aluminum, the sconces are hand made sculptures that melt into the elements and are also wet proof. Based in Los Angeles, Atelier de Troupe is a creative studio founded by former film-set designer Gabriel Abraham. Since 2011, he has summarized the imaginary décor of the 20th century, creating lamps and furniture with an immediately evocative power.  Atelier de Troupe conceives modern antiques with timeless charm, diving into the grammar of Bauhaus, of 60s Italian cinema or of French decorative spirit. Lire la suite…

 

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Studio Pepe and Atelier de Troupe unveiled Empire floor lamp at Club Unseen during 2018 Milan design week. Empire is an iconic totem lamp in brushed nickel with indirect light, inspired by the conceptual art of the 70’s. Club Unseen is Studiopepe Manifesto Project during Milan Design Week as a secret space, a contemporary research on hospitality.  The project is based on a unique and experiential approach on interior, decoding different expressions of living. Inside the Club historic design dialogues with contemporary elements, selected or designed by Studiopepe. A new space, exclusive, relaxed and to be shared. Lire la suite…

 

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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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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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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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