Since 2017, Matthieu Defoly has wanted to bring digital listening comfort to analogue 33 rpm vinyl. Lover of beautiful objects and design, he reintegrates the Jukebox as a musical piece of furniture in your interior, for listening shared by family, friends or collaborators.
Aiming for both sound and visual excellence, Atelier Orphéau is founded.
The first official collection, Tournesol, is presented in 2019 with a horizontal line and a resolutely modern style sharp with the retro imagination associated with the Jukebox. Surrounded by glass, the mechanism and its robotic arm in brushed aluminum is highlighted in a play of lights.
In 2020, the Mimosa collection meets a more compact demand. Ideal for dressing a corner or a recess, this collection introduces continuous and random listening modes to the Orphéau Jukebox, becoming a real playlist cabinet.
In 2021, Orphéau unveils the Arche collection, designed by Alexane Berne. Retro and vintage, this is the first model with an integrated sound system: the Sound Arch.
With the Arche Series, Alexane BERNE has designed for Atelier Orphéau a third collection with natural and familiar lines: a dialogue between retro culture and music, a synthesis between geometric mastery and organic shapes for modern pieces made of noble materials and artisanal.
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With the 2021 edition of the Tournesol Series, Atelier Orphéau's industrial-style collection is refined: new combinations of colors and bases: base, solid wood and tilting glass top. Find our 2021 colors with the sublime starry blue.
With the 2021 edition of the Mimosa Series, Atelier Orphéau's modern style collection is refined: new combinations of colors and bases: base, solid wood and tilting glass top. Find our 2021 colors with the timeless imperial yellow.
With the Arche Series from the Orphéau Jukebox, Alexane Berne has designed a 2021 collection with natural and familiar lines: a dialogue between culture and music, a synthesis between geometric mastery and organic shapes for pieces made in noble materials and in an artisanal way.