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1510 High Table

The 1510 High Table is a versatile and sophisticated addition to any contemporary space. Its sleek and minimalistic design, featuring clean lines and a durable construction, makes it a perfect choice for both residential and commercial environments. The high-quality materials used in its construction ensure durability and longevity, while the wide range of available finishes allows for customisation to suit various design preferences. Whether used as a standalone piece or paired with matching chairs or stools, the 1510 High Table creates a stylish and functional gathering spot for socialising, dining, or collaborative work. Its compact size makes it ideal for smaller spaces, while still providing ample surface area for various activities. With its timeless design and exceptional craftsmanship, the 1510 High Table effortlessly combines form and function, adding a touch of elegance to any setting.

1818 Bistro Table

Introducing the 1818 minimalist bistro table, the perfect blend of functionality and style. This exquisite bistro table is designed to elevate any space. With its elegant design, this bistro table creates an inviting space for communication, making it an ideal choice for restaurants and reception areas. Masterfully designed by renowned designers Claudia Kleine and Jörg Kürschner of Formstelle.

2001 Armchair

The 2001 armchair embodies contemporary sophistication and timeless elegance. Its sleek design and clean lines create a visually striking aesthetic that complements any interior space. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this armchair showcases exceptional craftsmanship and superior quality. The generous seat and backrest provide optimum comfort, while the sturdy frame ensures stability and durability. The upholstery options allow for personalisation, enabling you to choose a fabric that suits your individual style. Whether placed in a living room, office, or lounge area, the 2001 armchair exudes refined luxury and offers a comfortable retreat for relaxation and unwinding. Experience the perfect blend of style and comfort with the 2001 armchair.

204 PH Barstool

This classic barstool combines the use of beech wood and tubular steel. The legs of the stool are made through the traditional bending process of beech wood, while a tubular steel ring provides added stability and serves as a footrest for greater seating comfort. The round seat is offered in two versions: a smooth moulded seat or an upholstered one. Its sturdy wood and durable upholstery make it a dependable companion, ideal for both home and restaurant use.

209 Bentwood Armchair

This beautiful chair is a true work of art in its design and manufacturing. The frame that serves as both the armrest and backrest is crafted by bending a single piece of solid beech wood. Following the model of the original bentwood chair, which consisted of six parts, this chair, known as no. 209, is also made of only six parts. The combination of the organic shape and minimalistic design gives it the appearance of a sculpture. It caught the attention of Swiss architect Le Corbusier, who used it in his buildings, such as the Weissenhof Estate in Stuttgart in 1927. Le Corbusier once remarked that this chair exudes a sense of nobility.

209 M Bentwood Chair

This elegant bentwood masterpiece showcases intricate construction: its projecting frame serves as both backrest and armrest, formed from a single piece of solid beech wood. With just six components like the original no. 214 chair, no. 209 eM armchair exudes aesthetic simplicity, resembling a sculptural piece. Renowned Swiss architect Le Corbusier admired its noble presence, integrating it into iconic structures like the Weissenhof Estate in 1927.

214P Coffee House Chair

The iconic coffee house chair is widely regarded as the most successful mass-produced product in history, heralding the dawn of modern furniture. The key breakthrough was the development and refinement of a new technique - the bending of solid wood - during the 1850s. This enabled the first ever serial production of furniture. Another important factor was the distribution model: 36 disassembled chairs could be packed into a one cubic metre box, making shipping and on-site assembly feasible anywhere in the world. This chair's timeless, minimalist design has made it a versatile and enduring choice for over 150 years in a variety of different environments.

404 Wooden Chair

A wooden chair range designed by Stefan Diez that draws inspiration from our bentwood legacy. However, the design has been modified with a focus on aesthetic and technological standards. The chair legs and armrests are bent and fused into a knot, which is then attached to the seat from below. The range offers both style and comfort, with a captivating interplay between the smoothly contoured wooden features and the eye-catching upholstery. The range does not limit users to a specific seating posture, and the ergonomically shaped backrest flexes to provide additional comfort.

520PF Wooden Chair

The 520 chair is suitable for a diverse range of purposes, from elegant dining settings to professional boardroom meetings. Designed by by Marco Dessí this is a versatile chair that goes beyond just being a dining table chair. It offers both visual and physical lightness while providing a comfortable sitting experience. The chair exudes an air of confidence and elegance that pays homage to the classic bentwood chair design. Dessí's innovative approach involved filling the gaps between the bentwood elements with plush upholstery. The chair's uncomplicated yet clever design allows for multiple versions, with or without armrests, and a wide variety of cover materials.

808 Lounge Chair

The design studio Formstelle, located in Munich, has created a lounge chair named 808 that offers maximum comfort and a range of possibilities for personalisation. This lounge chair plays with the balance between a protective shell and an inviting openness, providing a space for relaxation and tranquility. Its unique appearance is achieved through a contemporary take on the classic wing chair, with a shape that suggests an elegant cocoon that envelops the sitter, conveying a sense of safety. The comfortable upholstery, featuring a welcoming soft wave effect, is another striking feature. The inner cushioned core creates a striking contrast with the angularity of the outer shell. The chair's position can be individually adjusted thanks to a clever mechanism.

B 9 D Outdoor Table

Marcel Breuer's exploration of bent tubular steel was sparked by Michael Thonet's perfected bentwood technique. The four-piece B 9 D table set evolved from this inspiration. These compact tables offer diverse functionality – as side companions in seating arrangements, practical storage surfaces, or stylish stands for vases. After use, they neatly nest beneath one another, conserving space. The defining characteristic of this collection is its utilitarian simplicity, composed solely of chrome-plated, bent tubular steel and rectangular panels. During his tenure at Bauhaus, Breuer delved into steel and tubular steel, a promising furniture material. Close collaboration with aircraft manufacturer Junkers in Dessau hastened his experiments. His initial designs encompassed the B 9 D table set, along with various shelves and side furniture pieces. The Thonet card catalog from 1930/31 displayed the entire product range. Breuer originally conceived the B 9 D for Bauhaus building's cafeteria. This versatile table also graced Walter Gropius's student apartments and Master Houses.

B 9 Outdoor Side & Nesting Table

Marcel Breuer's experimentation with bent tubular steel was influenced by Michael Thonet's perfected bentwood technique. The four-piece B 9 Outdoor Table set emerged from this inspiration. These small tables serve multiple purposes - as side companions in seating arrangements, practical storage surfaces, or stylish stands for vases. Easily nestable, they save space after use. This collection's hallmark is its utilitarian simplicity, comprising only chrome-plated, bent tubular steel and rectangular panels. During his tenure at Bauhaus, Breuer explored steel and tubular steel, a promising new furniture material. Close collaboration with aircraft manufacturer Junkers in Dessau accelerated his experiments. His early designs encompassed the B 9 Outdoor Table set, alongside various shelves and side furniture pieces. The Thonet card catalog from 1930/31 showcased the complete product line. Originally intended for Bauhaus building's cafeteria, the versatile B 9 found its way into Walter Gropius's student apartments and Master Houses.