// arthitectural / urban furniture
  • Équiparc mandated ALTO Design to create its new DELTA street furniture collection. This addition to the Quebec-based manufacturer’s range of products impresses with the simplicity of its lines, which evoke both robustness and sophistication. Elegant urban objects This project was Alto Design’s first foray into urban furniture. “We are very pleased with this new collaboration […]


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  • This set is the result of research on the potential applications of Ductal street furniture. The challenge was to find methods for the production of furniture ranges adapted to urban or landscape context, at lower cost. Repeatability and therefore the possibility of assembling the pieces together, motivated the choice of the pattern to a ribbed […]


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Equiparc, the manufacturer of site furnishings, is pleased to present its new Esplanade Collection. Designed by the Daoust Lestage inc. architecture design urbain for the redevelopment of Place Bourget in Joliette, this furniture was intended to extend the resolutely contemporary and lively spirit of the space and pass it on to the city’s inhabitants. During […]


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Initiative In 2007 Concrete was asked by hospitality entrepreneur Nick van Loon to come up with an idea for the REM-island located in the river IJ in Amsterdam. Together with the housing corporation ‘De Principaal’ Nick van Loon developed the project in 2008. Concrete made the design for the renovation and expansion of the REM-island, […]


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