Atelier blam is a multidisciplinary practice that operates at the intersection of design, fabrication and architecture. The studio specializes in conception and engineering, as well as manufacturing and precise execution of ergonomic, functional and artistic forms. Their wider body of work extends over multiple scales and programs: from science, engineering and architecture, to artistic interventions and site-specific installations. Being closely involved in how these complex projects are realized, their approach provides a testing ground for methods of production as well as material research.
With a history of innovative work that dates back to 2015, Atelier blam has been committed to developing creative solutions starting from the concept stage through to the production, fostering exchange between craftsmen and designers. Through an ongoing collaboration with Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec and their creative input, the practice has been able to address a broader reflection on functionality, urban design and installation art in today’s environment. The studio, based in Nantes, is led by Aurélien Meyer.
Aurélien Meyer – design / contemporary art
Benjamin Baley – mechanical engineering
Bruno Muller – mechanical engineeriing
Lara Pouclet – administration and development
Mael Bourseul – mechanical design / mechanical installations
Matthias Saint-Martin – mechanical installations
Noemie Drouin – mechanical engineering
Alexandre Varin – mechanical installations
Cyrille Geay – mechanical installations
Eliaz Millet – mechanical installations
Aurélien JeanJean – mechanical engineering
Emmanuel Corbier – project management and execution
Coline Féral – automation / movement / light
Joana Lazarova – Press & Communication