(PRWEB) September 26, 2014
In July 2014, Aristech Surfaces LLC invited its global architect and designer community to submit their favorite Avonite® projects to the 2014 Designer Showcase. Favorite entries were highlighted on http://www.aristechsurfaces.com with the winner - arch’office - being announced on September 15.
With 3 locations across France, arch’office specializes in office design. “We believe that the power of interior design can transform organizations and improve people’s life. We will always work towards optimizing every square foot of real estate, enhancing collaboration, building the company’s brand and culture, and providing sustainable office workspaces for an harmonious developing of your company and staff.”
The Grenoble École de Management is a business school founded in 1984 in Grenoble, France by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Grenoble. Grenoble EM hosts a talent pool of students from various nationalities and cultures. It is situated in the Europole area, next to the World Trade Center of Grenoble.
“The desk was thought and designed to be used as a reception desk for various events but also as extra furniture, placed against a wall to take up minimal space. The piece is made up of three functional elements: a coffee machine column, a pair of storage modules and space for a fridge. It is also equipped with casters for mobility. The desire to design a unique piece of furniture naturally led us to the Avonite® brand as it provides an innovative and contemporary dimension to the whole choice of colors. Cirrus was chosen due to its white petals and translucency that provide a very interesting effect of material and texture. Everything is also accented by a retro Blue LED lighting combined with plain black to provide scope to all. Round-shaped quadrants provide a break with the rectilinear modules and give a softer aesthetic and decorative feel. The combination of materials, colors and shapes make this piece an attractive counter, original and innovative.” Also part of the design are latticed solid surface partitions and Cirrus-topped accent tables.