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Guillaume Crédoz
       
     
Guillaume Crédoz

Guillaume Crédoz has a DPLG from Nantes/Grenoble (France) Architecture Schools. He studied Environmental Design at UQàM (Canada) where he, later, has been a part time lecturer , a guest teacher at Master Degree at UdM (Canada) for Conception in Architecture Workshop, and a resident artist at SAT (Canada). He has been part of numerous projects in the Research Labs of those universities as an assistant first then as an associate.
Thanks to a formation in Fine Arts, a dense relationship with materials and tecnics mixed with an extensive knowledge and practice of modelling and rendering tools, he has work in the fields of Architecture and creativity for many architecture companies worldwide, helping them winning prestigious architecture competitions. From the intense experiences with creativity and technologies in both universities Research Labs and the Society of Arts and Technology (SAT), he kept the openess to new tecnics that he implements in Middle-East where he brought his 3D-Printer and made his own render farm for intensive computations. He is merging century old tecnics like ceramics and etching with the computer generated geometries with a personal contemporary creativity.
In 2011 he has merged his company (Ateliers-U) into to two others he co-fonded: BlobArchitecture and MIMAJ. He runs his creative workshop BlobStudio, and direct the ambitious cultural project "Maison des Nuages/Beit Ghouyoum" in an Ottoman Palace in the old city of Damascus which is now taken place in theBAKERY in Mar Mikhayel, Beirut, until Syria finds peace (and democracy).
In 2013 he created RapidManufactory, the first 3Dprinting and Rapid Manufacturing place in Middle East in theBAKERY shop.

Carambole Table
       
     
Carambole Table

Referred more as a sculpture than a furniture, the Carambole low table strikes by its unique graphic (low) impact.

Inspired by the exotic, star shaped carambole fruit, the table is made of cast recycled aluminum.

It is composed of two parts that repeat five times and assemble sturdily thanks to screw connectors incorporated in the base.

The table can stand outside and support any weight. Its robustness and sculpturally gives it a wonderful presence in any garden setting.

Raw Cast recycled aluminium [fonderies du Liban]

Stool
       
     
Stool

Lightweight thanks to a constant attention to the management of * in the form. This stool is robustness mastered in delicate shape. Along the Aluminum profiles, the section changes to follow the forces at play. The hardwood sit contributes directly to the structure, saving on overall weight. The original form has designed and 3D printed to be cast in recycled aluminum in Lebanon. The connection node of the three legs is minimal and participates to the elegant thin waist effect.

- Hardwood “Hêtre”, “Zan” “Beech”

- Recycled Aluminum

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The Makers (temporary group picture)

From Left to right: Ahmad Khoja, Hadil Hankouni, Guillaume Credoz, Stephanie Bachir, Thomas Billas

 

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