ATC was created in 1994 and has always worked in the creation, design, manufacture and installation of its clients’ projects in inflatable structures and stretched canvasses for events.
From a simple sphere to suspend or position, the inflatable “Traffic Girls” at theIndochine concert, the “Silence is sexy” breathing pebble work of art by Bruno Penado or the giant octopus tentacles for the Danny Lary show, ATC always breathes shape into your projects.
ATC can deal with any event, any ambition: for example, suspending a giant football from the second floor of the Eiffel Tower for the Euro 2016, a tennis ball for the French Open or Shepard Fairey’s work for the COP 21, or installing a giant armchair at the foot of the Egyptian pyramids for Manpower.
Depending on your project, be it a banner, a floor canvas, an indoor or outdoor structure, short-lived or long-lasting, exposed to the weather or subject to other constraints, our engineering department will propose the right materials (resistance, fluidity, fire-proofing, printing, etc.)
ATC designs custom-built structures with high-quality manufacture in its workshops in Brittany. ATC is particularly renowned for its beautiful mirror spheres exhibited in a variety of prestigious and popular venues, such as the Grand Palais, the Georges Pompidou centre, Les Invalides, etc., for major brands such as Dior, Louis Vuitton, Courège, etc.
As well as mirror balls, ATC also designs many other shapes such as the famous Champions’ League Cup (12 metres high) presented at the Final in Berlin and Milan.
Whether it is to reveal a Maserati, inaugurate a ship or for the opening ceremony of the African Nations Cup, ATC can implement effective installation and release techniques for the expected stage effect.