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Versatile Delicacy

Press Office - Schönbuch GmbH

20.09.2017

Creating new space: Fritz Frenkler and Anette Ponholzer (f/p design) succeed in a unique way with the products they create. For Schönbuch, f/p design created the delicately shaped wardrobes SKID and RACK, the minimalist coat stand LEFT and the CABIN

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Small and lovable or purist allrounder?

Press Office - Schönbuch GmbH

26.06.2017

Whether seat, side table or simply a place to put things - the HANS and NINI stools are truly multi-talented. Charming and timeless.

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Pure and Self-evident: Sebastian Herkner for Schönbuch

Press Office - Schönbuch GmbH

29.05.2017

For Schönbuch, Sebastian Herkner designed SLOT, a minimalist wall-mounted wardrobe product line and TUB, a line with wardrobe and console table that unite basic geometric shapes in a playful way.

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Material Tendencies: Stefan Diez

Anita Hackethal

19.10.2015

As both the industrial designer and trained cabinet-maker, Stefan Diez’s concern with objects is based more than anything on how they are made. His approach to design is guided by a desire to process material as constructively and intelligently as

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Material Tendencies: Scholten & Baijings

Anita Hackethal

08.09.2015

The works of Dutch design duo Stefan Scholten and Carole Baijings embody the distinctive identity the couple is known for: colour, gradual hues, transparency, layers and geometric patterns and grids, yet with a very gentle and delicate appearance.

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Systematic: furniture that grows on you

Simon Keane-Cowell

08.02.2013

System furniture did what it's wont to do at this year's imm cologne: expand. A number of new and innovative furniture programmes, modular in nature, were shown alongside augmented and reworked old favourites. It's all about joined-up thinking.

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Fancy a Joint?: innovative joinery in new furniture design

Simon Keane-Cowell

10.07.2010

Screws? Glue? Who needs them? With a number of designers developing intriguing new ways of constructing furniture, Architonic takes a look at some examples of recent innovative joinery methods.

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