Atelier ARI is a Rotterdam based design office, founded in the summer of 2014. From out of a 19th century school building we design and experiment with a hands-on approach. We are constantly looking for surprising combinations and additions to the existing in order to create something special. We operate in a wide range of spatial design, including public art installations, furniture design, interiors and architecture. The work of ARI is characterised by clearly organised design, always combined with a twist and much love for craftsmanship and aesthetics.
Joyce de Grauw (1982)
Joyce graduated in 2007 Cum Laude at the Willem de Kooning Academy. During her studies she won several awards, including the Ronald F. Vermaas award. After her studies she worked for several design offices, including Doepel Strijkers and Van Mourik Architects.
Paul van den Berg (1980)
Paul studied architecture at the HTS Rotterdam, TU Delft and UCD Dublin. His work experience includes TU Delft, BAR Architects, ZUS and the startup of Paul Scales. Paul was involved in the design of public buildings, urban projects and the development of Het Schieblock Rotterdam.