08 March, 2024


TATL are delighted to welcome Argot Studio founder, Eimear Ryan, for the sixth talk of Season 2

Founded by Irish designer, Eimear Ryan, in 2018, Argot Studio is a Paris-based design studio that offers 3D printed, sustainably-made collectable pieces, designed to elevate any space. Argot’s stylistic aim is to transcend seasonality, trends and to last throughout generations. The collections express balance and consideration, fusing together minimalist, timeless design with high-quality, bio-sourced materials.

Drawing inspiration from the contrast between brutalist, man-made architecture and organic forms and shapes that exist in nature, Argot pieces encompass both a poetic and thoughtful rendition.

Argot’s core collection consists of the signature vases, sculptures and vessels, characteristic to Argot’s classic silhouettes with versatile functionality.

The name Argot refers to the French word “argot”, meaning ‘colourful slang’, that is used by Parisians in everyday life.  Argot Studio pieces are designed and produced in Paris, France, using 100% plant origin raw materials

The TATL team look forward to welcoming you.



TALKS AT THE LANE is an eclectic and informative series of lectures and conversations around the themes of design and making, curated and supported by Custom Lane residents.

TATL aim to provide engaging and lively discussions that explore what motivates our speakers to create, and the influences behind their practice.

Season 2 will focus on material by engaging with designers and makers whose practice is concerned with the use of sustainable materials, their practical application and cultural meaning.

With thanks to our season sponsors: Creative Scotland, Dunedin Stone and Stonecraft
With thanks to our food and drink sponsors: Lind & Lime and Innis & Gunn