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Oberon Mach II sofa, courtesy of ATRA.
Ala chair, courtesy of ATRA.
Geometrik coffee table, courtesy of ATRA.
Oberon Mach sofa, courtesy of ATRA.
Portrait of Alexander Diaz Andersson, courtesy of ATRA.
Ala chair, courtesy of ATRA.
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Alexander Díaz Andersson Debuts New Designs from ATRA

By whitewall

August 27, 2020

Mexico City-based studio ATRA has debuted a new furniture collection, continuing its mission of designing items of unpretentious beauty, practicality, and timelessness. Crafted with quality materials ranging from polished brass and alpaca to charcoal oak and quartz, the objects offer sleek lines and contemporary design informed by classic styles.

The collection features a wide range of items for the home or workplace, including couches, coffee tables, chairs, and dining room tables. We love the Geometrik coffee table in marble and oxidized blue brass and the reconfigurable Oberon Mach sofa in deep, velvety blue. Other highlights include the bubbly Baby Beluga loveseat, the skeletal walnut-and-leather Femur chair, and a classic rectangular sofa with a cutout back—the Air sofa.

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Oberon Mach II sofa, courtesy of ATRA.

Founded in 2008 by Alexander Díaz Andersson, ATRA came about after a dialogue between Andersson and his brother regarding a crossover between art and design. Employing a blend of traditional and experimental techniques and practices, the design house focuses on kindling sustainability through quality objects that can be enjoyed for years to come.

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