AC/AL is a design studio established in Paris in 2013 by Amandine Chhor and Aïssa Logerot, two graduates from ENSCI–Les Ateliers.
Amandine Chhor has worked with a number of design studios, including Mathieu Lehanneur, before joining Hermès’ creative department for four years.
After he graduated, Aïssa Logerot worked as a freelance designer for four years, collaborating with various brands and studios, including Bruno Moinard, Mathieu Lehanneur and architect Dominique Perrault.
In 2015, the collaboration between the two designers was recognised by a VIA Label for the Trame chair, produced by Petite Friture.
Between 2009 and 2012, Amandine and Aïssa often collaborated on artisan development programmes in countries such as Cameroon, Cambodia and Morocco.
Today, the studio’s work focuses mainly on collaborative product and furniture design projects that reconcile industry and craftsmanship. Thanks to their complementary skills, they are able to design objects that strike a balance between function, technical performance and shape. Proof of this is the Épure collection created for Kann Design, which is inspired by the minimalistic outline of geometrical drawings and uses the line to provide structure, create a pattern and generate function.
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