Today’s post is on Reda Amalou, architect and designer who studied architecture at the University of East London. In 1997 he founded the AW2 architecture workshop in Paris which has become recognized across the world as a high end design office. Some of his more famous awards for design are Best hotel design travel and leisure, Best hotel MIPIM award to mention just a few. Reda has devolved architectural interiors as well as furniture design and this has led him to create his own range of furniture and accessories under the name Reda Amalou Design. A beautifully created collection where he has combined elegance, simplicity and sobriety using his knowledge and his abilities as an architect he has used unique formal identity with a solid sense of structure, pure and expressive lines and using a wide range of materials such as wood, leather and bronze enriching his work with deep textures and colours. He admits to being very often inspired from architecture of the 20th century. His other projects involve working with Baccarat designing a jug and glass for their collection and also designs rugs for Toulemonde Bochart and projects for Veronese and Bagues. As you can see for yourselves a highly talented designer.
This post is also available in Spanish.