A 1928 Le Corbusier project inspired the design of this table system. New materials have enabled a re-designing of this project in pursuit of lightness along with a great freedom of configuration. This is a collection of tables and benches available in both fixed and extendable versions.
The steel blade recalling the contour of the keel of Viking ships is the backbone of all the chairs belonging to this collection. The chair seat, the backrest and the chair legs are inserted onto this. The chair frame is made of steel, while the seat and backrest are available in either plywood or leather.
Atelier can be configured using modular elements in steel with a minimum 10x10mm cross-section as well as wooden containers with several different types of openings. Both frames and containers can be stacked and placed side by side as desired, either installed onto support bases or wall-mounted. Accessories to be integrated into the HPL or marble frames and tops.