Simple but yet different: The spaces in between are the design element of this wall hung sideboard. A graphically, lively play is created in the interstices of the doors. They are sharing their handles and are offering storage space in different sizes.
With its delicate and elegant appearance, PUK gently fits into the surroundings. The circular steel foot provides unexpected stability. In combination with the slightly larger, also round tabletop and the inclined leg, a precisely balanced side table is created.
The form of the side tables shifts between two-and three-dimensionality – with a focus on both surface and volume. For the base we used a bended, powder-coated metal sheet which opens sideways into space and a tabletop made of painted solid wood. It has a distinct and graphical appearance; yet, is also soft in its form. Plateau is offered in five different colors: royal blue, terra, sand, black and wine red
Whether in the office, living room or kitchen – the 5-part NEON set made of solid oak helps to find a permanent place for everything in the daily confusion. Polished on the outside, painted in the inside, the practical boxes can be arranged arbitrarily. They are ideal for the organized storage of pens, staples, jewelry or keys. In collaboration with bartmann berlin
Jura is a tray series with a classic round shape where its uniqueness comes with a simply folded bottom: two compartments are generated. They can be used for ordering things, but also it can be seen as a play: the fold is creating a very strong graphical appearance in color and shadows.
material: powder coated metal free to edition
The shelf Polar has a clear and delicate look in combination with its playful use. Two rings encloses the shelf – by doing so it not only becomes its very own character – it also offers creative freedom. Whether you lean or hang something on to the rings or use them as a divider, it is entirely up to you. This simple detail brings a casual but yet elegant atmosphere to every wall.
The cable is drawing lines into the room where at its peaks simple and elegant lamps are surrounding it. The lamps as well as the cable loops can be arranged however you like: a especially developed mechanism makes it possible to take the electricity at any point at the cable. Amplitude was one of the winning projects of the design contest 1+20, presented by the german design council and exhibited during the Tortona Design Week 2017.
developed in context of design contest ein&zwanzig 2017 www.ein-und-zwanzig.de material: aluminium/metal/LED free to edition
Lenz is an iconic combination of chair and lounger: Its curved seat shell made of ash plywood and powder-coated steel legs adapts to a variety of situations. A clever connection between shell and pillow makes it easy to remove and wash the pillows. The high quality fabric is manufactured by Kvadrat. Lenz is the result of a design collaboration with bartmann berlin and Hanne Willmann.
Forest is a shelf system guided by the aesthetic and constructional principles of a plant. The shelves rise organically like leaves from branches and thus not only form a stable foundation but also solidify the entire shelf system. he biomorph structure is subtle and economic – an unusual form combining a maximum stability with minimum amount of material. It is easily extendable and can be rearranged repeatedly.
diploma project material: deep drawn metal-sheets/wood one off prototype
Radically graphical and minimal in its form the candle holder Nap is reduced to the most essential: A holder for the candle and a bowl for the wax – combined in a simple geometric form.
material: pressed glass free to edition
Plue is a new type of Wire-Chair, whose metal grid was provided with a foam lining through a manufacturing technique that we developed in search of an innovative alternative to the common design of the seat surfaces of Wire-Chairs – the subsequent addition of a seat cushion. Thus Plue is different from other Wire-Chairs – its comfortable foam grid seat has a distinctive aesthetic.
material: metal and foam in collaboration with Hanne Willmann one off prototype