One week of work, about 20 takes, and 5 kg of wood chips later… we get our result! We tried to get as close as possible to Stanley Kubrick’s original, in colors, textures, patterns and position of the elements. However, did you notice the frames on the walls? These are images of our work! We started with the model work: the fabrication of the different elements of the scene. Then we painted them. For the floor and the walls, there are patina effects to gain in realism. That’s what Richard knows as a scenic painter on several film sets. Then,
This is one of the projects we did during containment. A fitting tribute to the film « The Shining » by Stanley Kubrick. Here everything was done by us: from the sets, the furniture, to the video and sound. Feel free to share if you like it! Here on Vimeo and You tube.
Here is the project that Sophie realized for the exhibition « 30 » of the Centre des Métiers du cuir de Montréal. Traditionally, the butterfly globe has often been prized in curiosity cabinets. This small museum of erudite collectors who exhibited pieces brought in from faraway places, with the aim of making discover the world from the 18th century. Its interest lies first of all in its aesthetic aspect, its transparency which allows the observation of insects, but also by its work of entomology which by bears witness to the diversity of species. The study of insects, allows their classification and to
Rattan is very trendy at the moment. On this subject, we mention our creations in the magazine Le Soleil and La Presse. On our side, we have chosen to draw on computer a rattan wicker pattern. That is to say that we vectorized it. Then the file can be exported to a laser cutting machine. At this point, we bring our maple veneer board, and then the machine cuts our pattern. And it takes time because there are so many details! This allows us to have the desired rigidity for our boards and also a great precision and sharpness in
Montreal’s annual celebration of Canadian design is back for its third edition, in a magical, minimalist setting imagined by Mercredi Studio. Part design fair and part art installation, Studio offers local design lovers the space to discover exclusive furniture, lighting and more — and to meet with emerging creatives in Canadian design. Atelier C.U.B was pleased to participate for the 2nd year in a row. We presented our « Summer chair » and its side table « Street of Tangier« . To learn more about Studio Editions Pictures of the event BaronMag
We had the pleasure of receiving Anne-Marie from Atelier B for Stories Montreal at home, where we are testing some of our prototypes away from the dust of the workshop! We talk about our inspirations, work in couples and entrepreneurship. Read the article on Stories .
On December 7th and 8th, come and meet us at our workshop at 2177 rue Masson (#303) for a collective workshop sale in Montreal. We will offer discounts on prototypes and accessories from previous collections. Hope to meet you!
Studio Éditions: May 30, 2018 at La Factry at 1111 Saint-Antoine O. In the course of an evening, the second ever Studio Éditions event shined a light on the talent of local furniture and lighting designers, demonstrating the keen interest and thirst of the community and general public towards Canadian design. Over 500 people came to discover new products from 19 designers, artistically curated through a meticulously developed scenography by Stéfanie Vermeersch, along with graphic design conceptualized by Hue, a division of Machine. Numerous designers were exhibiting in Montreal for their very first time. Studio aims to showcase and shine
12 graduates invite you to discover their creations at the Metiers d’art Boutique in Montreal. Atelier C.U.B has been selected to present its service trays in leather and wood. RDV: 20 Saint-Paul Street West, Old Montreal
The C.U.B workshop will present for the first time its lamp collection « The Hanging Garden » at the Interior Design Show in Toronto from January 18 to 21, 2018 (Studio North Booth 45). The objectif was to design a lamp with a very light wood’s framework and the differents facets in leather to have the contrast of texture with the structure. With it’s large openess, it bring together spontanuously people to be underneath with it’s convivial atmosphere. When we look closer, we can see that the shape is balanced by the wooden structure below. This suspended lamp is an invitation to