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GRAND CHAIR | CONFERENCE CHAIR | BRUNE | OKTOBER 2014

The distinctive two-part seat shell is the most striking feature of the GRAND CHAIR. This bipartition reveals the chair’s manufacturing process. The shell consists of two identical moulded wooden shells, each upholstered and then assembled. Another characteristic is its high back rest which is untypical for a shell chair and which offers an excellent seating comfort. Besides its function as a conference chair the GRAND CHAIR is also the perfect choice for a waiting area or a dining table. Plywood, upholstery, crome plated steel, photo Wolfgang Kornfeld, 50321 Brühl.




GRAND DESK | CONFERENCE TABLE | BRUNE | OKTOBER 2014

The name already gives you a hint: the conference table series GRAND provides remarkably large tables up to a length of four metres. To get along with large spans and only four legs, additional rectangular tubes  serving as a frame are fastened underneath the table top. GRAND offers an exemplary choice of boat-shaped and rectangular tables and can be completed with the option to fit communication technology hidden behind a table flap flush with the table top. Base made of steeltubes, wood.





FRYING PANS | RÖSLE | FEBRUARY 2014

Cast iron, steel, Project from Kirchhoff & Euwens, photo Rösle.



KNIFESTAND | GÜDE | FEBRUARY 2013

Oak, Project from Kirchhoff & Euwens, photo Güde.


BEPPO| TABLE LIGHT | SOMPEX | 2013

Glas and electronics.





GRAND TABLE | GRAND CHAIR | BRUNE | GERMAN DESIGN AWARD SPECIAL MENTION 2016

Both the Grand table range and the Grand Chair conference seating were developed in collaboration with Brune and were nominated for the renowned German Design Award Special Mention 2016. Photo: Fotowerkstatt GbR, Wolfgang Kornfeld.


MONO DEPOT | ACCESSOIRE - STATION | MONO | 2014 / 2015

A depository in which to keep keys, smartphones, watches, reading glasses, jewellery, etc. An attractive gift for the gentleman. It has a simple construction consisting of two cylindrical rods inserted into a base fashioned from a folded stainless steel U profile. The leather surface is supported by the rods. This depository accessoire follows in the typical Mono tradition of minimalist and coherent form language, and is available in three formats.  Leather, stainless steel, plastic.


THERMO LUNCH | ISOLIERBEHÄLTER | EMSA | 2013 / 2015

This container is designed to keep food hot or cold when outdoors. The current form is a redesign, in which the lid has been refashioned and the interior factory-modified to bring it in line with the current Emsa standard.

The focus of the design is the large, low-set handle. Cooperation partner: Peter Kirchhoff. Photo: Emsa.



OVER THE RAINBOW | TEMPORÄRE LICHTINSTALLATION | TECHNOLOGIEHOF MÜNSTER | 2015

This temporary light installation was made possible in cooperation with the Technologiehof Münster on the occasion of the International Year Of Light proclaimed by Unesco. The initial installation from the spring is now being repeated from 26 October to the end of the year. The 176-metre-long corridor that connects the sections of the building complex is lined with a total of 72 fluorescent tubes, each of which has now been covered with coloured film. The colour gradations create a rainbow-like progression which is repeated. Viewed from inside the corridor, the colour progression appears to dissolve one's spatial perception. From the outside, the corridor becomes a huge illuminated object, with its semi-transparent double-wall panels and adjustable ventilation fins.  Light filter film, transparent adhesive strip, building complex designed by the architects Bolles+Willson.

Photo: Peter Hellbrügge-Dierks.



PIROL | TISCHLEUCHTE | SOMPEX | 2013 / 2014

The Pirol LED lamp was conceived as a table lamp. Its shell-like base is a useful depository for jewellery, smartphones, watches, and other objects. The shade can be tilted to adjust the direction of the light beam over a large area and creates a light and playful touch in the lamp design. Steel, electrical components.