Flux is a Los Angeles based design and production Atelier founded by Andre Abrahamian. Our work is situated at the conjunction of art, architecture, material processes, and technology. We design in a wide range of scales from jewelry to living environments. Our goal is to produce stimulating and yet highly functional objects and environments through layering of materials, aesthetics, technologies, and an understanding of utilitarian qualities.

Andre graduated from Cornell University’s professional Architecture program with a concentration in theory. He has received numerous awards and scholarships, including the Edwin A Seipp Prize in Architecture, Edward Palmer York Memorial Prize in Architecture, and AIA SCV William R. Hawley Scholarship. Several of his projects had been selected for Cornell’s Architecture Department archives. His work has been published in Design Document Series_27 Networks and Environments by Servo , Association Vol III, and exhibited in Hartell Gallery and Los Gatos Museum of Fine Art. Andre’s professional work mainly consists of large-scale sport venues, mixed-use developments, Retail, and cultural centers.

For more information please visit http://www.fluxstudio.us/