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Atelier Anaka opens online boutique for handmade lighting products


Suzanne.6 Wall-mounted luminaire, $900 CDN. Photo credit: Adrien Williams

Suzanne.6 Wall-mounted luminaire, $900 CDN. Photo credit: Adrien Williams

Atelier Anaka has launched atelieranaka.com, an online boutique featuring their collection of handmade lighting, manufactured in-house in their Atelier Showroom in Montreal’s Griffintown neighbourhood.

Each piece in the collection is created by hand by Daniel Anaka, the founder and head designer of Atelier Anaka. Daniel takes his inspiration from natural, organic forms and classic mid-century designs, producing one-of-a-kind pieces in a world of homogenized mass production. Each fixture takes its name from family and friends that have been a source of strength and inspiration to the designer.

Florence.5 Sconce, from $475 CDN. Photo credit: Adrien Williams

Florence.5 Sconce, from $475 CDN. Photo credit: Adrien Williams

Atelier Anaka’s unique lighting designs are already getting noticed, with installations in some of Montreal’s hippest eateries including The Cloakroom Bar, Socialito, Lupita, Pizzeria Caldo, Foiegwa, La Taberna, and Toronto’s Planta.

The online boutique can be accessed at www.atelieranaka.com, with orders currently shipping to Canada and the U.S., and Europe planned for late 2017. Montreal clients can also visit the Atelier Anaka Showroom.


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