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Plates in concrete impasto applied by hand, pictured here in black shade
Also available in light, medium and dark shades
Discover the concrete impasto selection here
Base, pipes and grid in aluminium, pictured here in brushed nickel finish
Also available in polished satin, matte satin, nickel, brushed steel and polished steel finishes
Discover the aluminium finishes selection here

L 225 x W 45 x H 60 cm or L 225 x W 45 x H 85 cm
L 88.58” x W 17.71” x H 23.62” or L 88.58” x W 17.71” x H 33.46”

Handcrafted and assembled in Italy
Production lead time: 12 weeks
Available for worldwide delivery except for Los Angeles, New York, Chicago & Dallas

Please contact us for more information or for a bespoke order

  • Insured and worldwide delivery Insured and worldwide delivery The Invisible Collection finances 100% of the carbon contribution of its expeditions
  • Secure payment Secure payment You can pay by credit card, Paypal or bank transfer in complete confidentiality, all payments are encrypted
  • Certificates of authenticity Certificates of authenticity Each piece is authenticated and certified

Laisse Béton, the inaugural Atelier d’Amis collection, was designed by French New Yorkers Sébastien Léon and Valérie Pasquiou after observing the never-ending turmoil of New York City’s streets, constantly torn apart by constructions sites. “There is a certain beauty and unity in the architectural skeleton of construction,” observes Sébastien Léon ” which offers a stacked X-ray of structural elements, floor after floor.” For Valérie Pasquiou, “concrete is the raw material of New York by excellence, which I felt should be glorified by bringing it to the world of fine furniture”.

The design duo chose to reinterpret rebars into legs, grids into tables, pinion elevators into armoires and cleverly infused the vocabulary of construction throughout their collection. Material-wise, Atelier d’Amis selected ultra-thin and resistant concrete-finish ceramic plates with brass plated tubular steel, marrying the worlds of industrial, contemporary and high-end furniture.

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