Luxury design brand L’OBJET has launched a new series of homeware collections entitled, L’Atelier.
L’Atelier made its debut at the French interior design trade fair, Maison et Objet, and is comprised of eight collections. The range of offering centers on L’OBJET’s craftsmen and their history of unique design techniques. With L’Atelier, the collections take form by focusing on core materials like wood, porcelain, Peruvian Highland wool, linen sateen and more. From abstract decor bowls with geometric designs to contemporary psychedelic tablecloths, each item fuses classic and modern styles.
“L’Atelier collection is a celebration of elevated craftsmanship, a key pillar in all L’OBJET products,” said L’OBJET’s creative director/founder, Elad Yifrach. “It is incredibly important to me that we work to keep the rare and most elaborate traditions of craft alive and L’Atelier collection is a tribute to this. Each piece you see in the collection is the result of time-intensive work, requiring careful consideration and the utmost precision in design to ensure an elevated level of detailing and quality.”
Standout pieces from the premium offering include a collection of handmade bowls and based inspired by Japanese indigo dyeing, wave/landscape style linen dipped in graphic shades and a shell-inspired porcelain piece with 24k gold accents.
Check out the gallery above for a look at the collections. L’OBJET’s new L’Atelier homeware series is available now online.
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