APPAREIL Atelier unveils new collection at souk @ sat
APPAREIL Architecture will unveil its new branch of furniture APPAREIL Atelier during the 15th edition of souk @ sat. From November 28 to December 2, the Society of Technological Arts (SAT) will host a design market where local designers will present their novelties. Taking advantage of this creative gathering, APPAREIL Architecture will present its collection of FLOE chairs, its new HETA tables as well as its original DOLI hooks.
FLOE Chair — Its unique look revisits the aesthetic of 50s furniture while steeping itself in a touch of modernity all its own. FLOE is thus available in three formats designed to suit the needs of different spaces: standard, lounge, and stool.
A skilful balance between steel’s rigidity and wood’s suppleness defines the chair’s shape. Its stability is ensured by square steel stems that contrast with fitted plywood that seems to float above the structure. The arrangement of these elements projects a character that is sculptural while simultaneously giving an impression of lightness.
HETA Table — The Heta table is distinguished itself by the balance of its straight lines and its trays with rounded surfaces. Offering an elegant alternative to the classic coffee table, its unusual structure gives it a unique aesthetic while ensuring great stability. The detail of its construction also allows to be easily transported from one room to another.
DOLI Hooks — These hooks offer a playful touch with their geometric shapes and distinctive assemblage details. While functional, their unique aesthetic allows a multitude of configurations to decorate the walls.
APPAREIL Atelier, new branch of the APPAREIL Architecture firm, is a creative and colourful studio, where ideas burgeon and projects materialize. Composed of architects, technologists, and industrial designers, this multi-disciplinary team wishes to fulfil innovative mandates where the different levels intersect.
APPAREIL Atelier offers bespoke solutions, adapted and turnkey, with a full range of complementary services to architectural work: bespoke furniture, product design, prototypes, prefabrication, visual identity, accompaniment for creative projects, and even more, for both residential and commercial clients.