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Flow trolley 

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FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021
FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021

The Flow Trolley with two or three layers is a versatile piece of furniture with multiple uses, at ease in all living rooms, whether reduced to its utilitarian dimension or on the contrary enhanced for its aesthetics, in private and public space. 

FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021

Materials Tmonochrome steel, perforated metal trays, rubberised wheels

Dimensions 57,4 x 41,8 x H56,8 / H89,7 cm 

FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021
FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021
FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021
FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021
FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021
FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021

Flow Trolley – 2 layers – Blue-grey

Flow Trolley – 2 layers – Grey

FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021
FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021

Flow Trolley – 3 layers – Blue-grey

Flow Trolley – 3 layers – Grey

FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021
FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021
FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021
FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021
FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021
FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021
FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021
FLOW TROLLEY 2 or 3-layer  Normal Studio, 2021

Normal Studio

Normal Studio

Normal Studio is an industrial design agency founded in 2006 by Jean-François Dingjian and Eloi Chafaï. Observers of technical and customary processes of technology transfer, they reinvest everyday forms through a simple and precise design that exalts the quality of use. They invest in product design as well as space or scenography.

Jean-François Dingjian is a graduate of the Beaux-Arts de Saint-Etienne and co-founder of the magazine Azimuts. Before his career at Normal Studio, he signed the children's furniture collection "Kid's Kréo" in collaboration with Sylvie Fillère. He obtained the Agora scholarship in 1997, the Grand Prix de la Création de la Ville de Paris in 1999, and since 2004, he has been project director at the National School of Industrial Creation ENSCI - Les Ateliers in Paris.

Eloi Chafaï was a student at ENSCI - les Ateliers, a school where he participated in various development projects in collaboration with industrialists. He graduated with the honors of the jury in 2006, and also won of the Design Parade Competition award of Noailles that sam year. Alongside his studies, he worked in collaboration with Jean-François Dingjian on commissioned and research projects. It was in this context, before Normal Studio, that the two men began their fruitful collaboration.