Patrick Norguet has finished another important design project with Kristalia: Compas, an attractive stackable chair that can be used indoors or outdoors (thanks to its materials). The seat and back are in polypropylene, whereas the legs, in an upside-down V-shape, are in pressure die-cast aluminium with a weatherproof epoxy lacquer finish.
Archive for October, 2012
3XN recently has completed the Plassen Cultural Centre in Norway. The Norwegian city of Molde has just 25,000 inhabitants, but every July the biggest stars of jazz and about 100,000 jazz enthusiasts flock to the town’s world famous international jazz festival. In designing the city’s new cultural center, the challenge faced by 3XN was to create […]
These architectural tables are made from a thin laser-cut plywood, assembled to create volume. The top can be made from black acrylic to contrast the light structure, or can be made of natural wood. These sculptural tables create a nice contemporary ambiance and project geometric shadows. Designed by Montreal based Jonathan Dorthe for Atelier-D. + […]