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    Atlanta, GA ...Kristofer Laméy creates one- of- a- kind pieces that can best be described as works of art generated through industrial design. His work is made of glass, metal and light; and each creation is a serving form for his client’s space. His works serve both his client’s personality and their individual space.


    ‘I am guided first by the perimeter of the client’s space, then I imagine a form, and design from the inside out. Logically built, emotionally expressed.” Laméy said.


    After the original concept is formed, he generates the actual design in Auto-CAD, and then utilizes computer controlled machinery to achieve perfect fits.


    “The latest in C & C technology is necessary to produce the high level of quality within the project’s deadlines,” Laméy said.


    Each piece takes approximately two to nine months to complete from concept to completion, and range in price from $20,000 to $90,000. An average of seven people are involved in the entire process and only three to five pieces are made per year.


    Kristofer’s client base is varied, and he has sold pieces both in the Atlanta area and overseas. For the past 14 months, his work has been commissioned and sold in Paris.


    “Atlanta is where my network is and where the work is done, however, the majority of my marketing efforts are outside the United States,” Laméy said.


    Laméy’s pieces are designed with sustainability in mind. The size of the carbon foot print per project is kept to a minimum. If need be, the elements of any piece could be recycled back to their natural state; and all work is repairable if damaged.


    “My work is an indigenous product of the southeast United States. The processes in fabricating the work and the people involved are all here in Atlanta. I want people to know that international quality can be found right here in Atlanta,” Laméy said.


    Kristofer lives in his Castleberry Hill studio with his wife, Jenna, and their newborn son, Augustus. He can be contacted during business hours at 404-323-2635 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting              404-323-2635      end_of_the_skype_highlighting or via email:





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