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  • Pebble pouf Following on from the success of the Pebble coffee table, here is the pouf, which is taller and narrower than its sibling, also to serve as a seat. Just like the coffee table had before it, the Pebble pouf stands out for its soft shapes, like those of pebbles which have been smoothed […]


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  • How to bring dramatic tension to an exhibition presence? With a strong idea across all channels. In 2014 at Orgatec, Brunner presented new product innovations and its portfolio of chairs and tables designed for office use. The goal was to use its innovations to present Brunner as a dynamic, transparent company, while placing the products on […]


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Pullman Tour Eiffel just opened with the second sample of Mathieu Lehanneur’s “Business Playground” concept: reinvention of the meeting room as a perfect illustration of the “blurring” of private and professional life. This room reflects the brand’s “Work hard, Play hard” motto as well as its guests’ lifestyle. It combines performance and pleasure with a […]


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The site for the Grand Theater sits in the geographic center between the twin cities of Rabat and Salè; the historic Kasbah Oudayas to the north-west, the ancient city of Salè and airport to the north-east, Chellah and the Royal Palace to the south-west and the proposed Sequence III of Amwaj Development to the east. […]


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Montreal’s Carmelite Chapel made its home somewhat out of the way of the city’s core in 1875. Its solemn architecture reflects the medieval roots of the Carmel tradition, save for some of the chapel’s neo-gothic details. Our work revolved around the renovation of the plastered walls and the ceiling’s marouflage panels. Because Carmelites devote so […]


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