Artecnica is a design company based in Los Angeles which collaborates with both emerging and established international designers with a primary focus; to create inspiring decorative objects for the living environment. They continue to explore colorful and exciting ways to bring discovery and delight to ordinary designs. The company is committed to environmental sustainability and responsible manufacturing. That is why the products are frequently produced with recycled materials and shipped in easy-ship flat packages to help reduce their carbon footprint which makes My Urban Child proud to offer these items!
The Grand Trianon is named after the palace of King Louis XIV. It is a large yet lightweight chandelier made of post-consumer coated materials. This chandelier emits a soft checkerboard glow from behind its surface of folded slits. Its impressive size and surface texture is a modern interpretation of the luxurious decor you would find in France’s Palace of Versailles. The designer of this product once said “Everything about the art and architecture of the Versailles is made with the greatest intensity. That inspired me to start this collection of lamps.” Due to its popularity, this item is currently on back-order from the manufacturer to all retailers until late October.
The Beads & Pieces Medium Bowl is part of a four-piece ceramic collection designed by Hella Jongerius and handcrafted by artisans located in the primary coca leaf-growing region of Peru. The award-winning Design with Conscience initiative incorporates traditional craft with high-end design. Each piece within this collection is a collaboration directed by Artecnica, conceptualized by renowned international designers, and handcrafted by artisan communities across the globe. Artecnica uses eco-friendly materials and production methods to create these products.