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Studio Rottier On View at Atlanta Design Festival

From May 26th until June 3rd, Studio Rottier will be represented at Atlanta Design Festival in Georgia

Sat, May 26 - Sun, Jun 3  2018

From May 26th until June 3rd, the Dutch creator of design furniture “Studio Rottier” will be represented at Atlanta Design Festival in Atlanta, Georgia.

About Studio Rottier

Studio Rottier stands for functional, affordable design, made in the Netherlands. Studio Rottier’s furniture is characterised by ease of use, simple, clear lines and high-quality materials. All our furniture originates from the Netherlands, which means we can deliver quality craftsmanship and top class production can be guaranteed by ourselves.

Studio Rottier was founded in 2016 and carries the name of the designer and creator of our furniture collection, Arthur Rottier. Over the years, Arthur has designed a variety of intelligent and beautiful pieces of furniture, bringing success for well-known companies. Today, we apply our vision on furniture to our own brand at Studio Rottier and continue this legacy of creating smart and striking furniture. 

Products on display in Atlanta

Studio Rottier, AR NH 1

AR NH 1: “The rocking chair that makes you relax.” The frame of this chair is unique. It is, in fact, one continuous tube from armrest to armrest. The seat itself is made of comfortable, high-quality molded foam with a wear-resistant coating. Both the seat and the frame are is available in several attractive colour variations to customise your chair to your taste. The chair will look great for example on a porch.

AR 6, red, Studio Rottier, Courtesy of Studio Rottier

AR6: The AR6 is made of high-quality foam with a great seating position to relax in. The coating is so durable that you can use the AR6 in public environments with significant use or even outdoors. This seat is available in varying colours and sizes ie a 1, 2 or 3 seater.

About Atlanta Design Festival

Most people do understand that design has something of a role in our everyday life. It shapes the products and services we use and the world we live in. However, not everyone understands the impact of design’s real potential in Atlanta’s economic growth. The Atlanta Design Festival seeks to develop Atlanta’s growing design economy revolution including promoting industry, commerce and culture. Billions annually is spent directly and indirectly on design in Atlanta and the southeast; and decision-makers are increasingly looking for new and imaginative products and solutions that bring bold ideas to life.

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