TF Magazine #2 / TOWARDS A MORE HUMAN CITY
Through this second issue is presented a series of articles and interviews with their customers, designers and architect partners, members of their sales team and of their co-design and product development studio. Supporting the values of sustainability, quality of life and comfort, while constantly listening to others, the TF team wants this to be a communication tool for sharing their expertise and passion for research, development, innovation and the production of furniture, signage and urban displays with a strong identity. With a clear message, highlighting real-life experiences, TF brings its proven experience in steel work, fine sheet metal work and metalwork to local communities, designers and architects developing cutting edge projects and solution in contemporary art, design and architecture. The objective is to provide suitable, quality solutions to cities and their users. TF is positioned as both an industrial concern and as a manufacturer and co-creator of custom-made projects.
Through their remarkable job, they give life to customers’ projects, from idea to realization. When the customer comes with an idea, a sketch or a draft, more or less complex, TF immerses itself in the subject, to understand the explicit and implicit needs. They turn the customer’s expectations into reality, and often the result surpasses the initial hopes. Making urban furniture in collaboration with motivated designers, working for architects who are looking for solutions for a facade or interior finishings, are also some of their challenges. Always in-line with innovation, economic reality, feasibility, standards and the improvement of their living environment.
“TF is already successful in the metallurgy sector, as well as being a manufacturer and co-designer of high-end projects in art, design and, soon, architecture. My ambition is to make our company evolve until it reaches the level of the best French SMEs and mid-tier companies, active both locally and inter- nationally.” said J. Lemoine