From design to finish
A detailed scale drawing is made of each piece of furniture or object and then converted into 3D.
These computer files are then sent to cutting machines: either laser cutting machines for precise cutting and engraving, or mechanical cutting machines to get a crystalline transparency around the edge.
Printing and screen printing
Other machines formatted for digital printing or silk-screening are then used, depending on the desired quality and effect.
The way in which the Altuglas is moulded (PMMA 15mm thickness) really is cutting edge! This trademarked French Altuglas brand is unfailingly sturdy, very easy to maintain and, what’s more, 100% recyclable.
The material is manipulated through cutting, engraving or printing before being heated to more than 800° to get the folds in the right places.
Placed in a mould, the material cools down into its final shape. A blowtorch is used for the final touches and the item ends up with a crystal-like transparency.
Evidently, these processes involve multiple human hands.
Who Are They Made For ?
We wish to help advisors and decision-makers working with luxury products (boutique companies and those working in the fields of tourism, architecture, gastronomy and design) who pay close attention to their image and want to portray themselves and their business in the best possible way.
We also serve the general public, offering product ranges adapted for daily use. We offer a personalised approach to our collections and personalised interior decoration advice, which takes into account your existing decor and special orders.
Our furniture is suitable for indoor and outdoor usage.
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