Acrila - Modern Acrylic Furniture That Goes From Baroque To Pop Art.
Founded by designer Jean Christophe Bernard, Acrila of France, produces attractive and unusual modern lines of decorative acrylic furnishings for both commercial and residential use.
With works by designers Vincent Poujardieu, Carlo Rampazzi, Jean Charles de Castelbajac, Elodie Acoca and Patrick R. Lavoix, Acrila has designed furnishings that include dining chairs, lounge chairs, dining tables, console tables, end tables, lamps, adjustable bar stools and even necklaces.
Most recent additions to their fun furnishings are the Grand Soir collection; black and white lasercut baroque chairs, bar stools and tables.
And the City Collection; a typographic treatment of International city names in black or white on a console, bar stools, floor and table lamps.
Other collections, by the aforementioned designers, include the following:
Here are some examples of their fun lamps:
A City Skyline screen and Eiffel tower chair are also available:
And even acrylic handgun necklaces:
There's a lot more to see at their site.
Acrila is available to the trade only.
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