the Atelier Line

the Atelier Line


Atelier is a new line of sculptural, showpiece models, imagined by the Lambert & Fils design studio without material limitation or constraint.

Using the brand’s established collections as a departure place, the models are special variations of our popular designs scaled for larger spaces. The Atelier Line also offers the option for a dedicated team to accompany you in your projects.

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Beaubien Atelier 01

Waterfalls and weeping willows come to mind with this rose-hued, breath-taking version of the Beaubien. The elusive nature of the Beaubien Atelier creates a dreamlike, meditative atmosphere, both comforting and striking.

Parc Atelier Series

Elongated versions of Parc models playfully contrast the originals. A solid brass base makes a strong statement while a scaled ceiling model fills a room but never overpowers it. Designed in collaboration with Adrien Rovero.

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Laurent Atelier 01

The Laurent Atelier is poetic simplicity at its best. Inspired by the House of Cards game created by Charles and Ray Eames. A playful model, reminiscent of a children’s mobile, with added depth and movement.

Dorval Atelier 01

A solid brass version of the impressively technical original model, Dorval Atelier looks as though it was dipped in liquid gold. This model aims to be an ode to our most-used material, juxtaposed here on one of our most contemporary models. Designed in collaboration with SCMP DESIGN OFFICE.

Sainte Atelier Series

The Sainte Atelier reimagines the archetypal rectangle in an array of rich, colourful glass — an elegant mass floating in space and supported by robust nylon ribbon. The scrumptious colours for this series harken a sense of majesty: the lighting itself creates a spectacle. Designed in collaboration with Rachel Bussin.

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Mile Atelier 01

With its aluminum body, the Mile Atelier offers a mirror-like finish, reflecting the surrounding space while providing a unifying focal point. It seems to melt into the scenery and frame it at the same time. Designed in collaboration with Guillaume Sassville.