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Atelier 2 | Dauphin
Atelier 2 is a versatile soft seating program that brings functional design together with privacy to create dynamic spaces for meeting, eating or focus work. With segmented seat and back cushions or pillows, Atelier 2 can also be combined with a connecting wall to create huddle stations, with or without a peninsula table. Available without accent stitching, or with channel or diamond stitching, Atelier 2 can also be specified with optional surface mount power units that allow users to recharge their devices. Atelier 2 provides both optimal comfort and contemporary design to create a unique space for privacy needs.

Winner of German Design Award Winner 2018

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Featured Products
More than 26,000 attendees are getting a glimpse at the variety of products that are on display at this year’s Coverings conference held at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta. The four-day event, May 8-11, brings together 1,100 exhibitors representing 40-plus countries making it the largest international tile and stone show in North America.
Participating exhibitors showcase their latest innovations and inspirations, as well as the multitude of creative combinations that tile and stone are known for providing. Whether sourced from an Italian quarry or made with sand from New Zealand, the collections highlighted below are destined to make a space standout.

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Wonderwall from Kerlite
Artistic wall decoration meets ultra-thin ceramic porcelain tile in Kerlite’s new Wonderwall collection.

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Triangle from Natucer
Add geometric intrigue to a bath, vanity, or kitchen area with Natucer’s porcelain Triangle tiles.

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Alchemy from Apavisa
This technical porcelain tile collection comes with two textures and is inspired by metal craftsmen work.

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Antic Special from Somer Tile
This tile features a reactive glaze that makes every piece unique, meaning no two are exactly the same.

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Divinity from Florida Tile
This high-definition porcelain tile was sourced from an Italian quarry right before it closed.

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Retro Active 2.0 from Crossville
Sourcing sand from New Zealand, Retro Active 2.0 aims to provide the blackest black and whitest white in this diverse line.

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