JACK IN THE BOX

Desktop working spaces include a lot of technology that is usually powered by cables. We wanted to create something around this because we like to work so much.

Taking a closer look at this may result in a passive or an active design. Either you don’t care about how it looks and you stay flexible to any changes because it’s chaotic anyway. Or you may get pedantic and put everything in channels to hide it all, but then you would not dare to change your configuration or to put your charger in a socket. Jack in the box is something in-between, it allows you to create a flexible, chaotic yet structured working area. As accessory there are these bulbs that you may plug.

It’s made of bent steel, teak,
cables and sockets.

MY BAUHAUS IS BETTER THAN YOURS, WOK Milano

At WOK Store in Milan we’ll have a MY BAUHAUS IS BETTER THAN YOURS show again. Next to Forte and Chair N° 2, we present new works of Philipp Böhm, Uli Budde, Johannes Hein, Laura Straßer and Julius Kranefuss.

Opening party
16th April, 18h
Opening hours
14th–18th April 2010, 10-20h

www.wok-store.com
www.betterbauhaus.com

BUCHENWALD-CHILDREN

For the centenary of 65 years liberation of KZ Buchenwald, our friends Schroeter und Berger asked us to design three boxes for an audio installation.
‘Children of Buchenwald / an audio installation at three locations’ will be installed and opened in line with the commemoration.

www.schroeterundberger.de
www.buchenwald.de

RIVE GAUCHE

Rive gauche is more quiet, tidy, conservative and settled than the rest of Paris. While taking a walk through the expensive galleries we found a wonderful 50′s sideboard, made of thin rods and a simple sheet of glass.
Then half a year later, Daniel’s father who is born in 1950, had his 60th birthday.
He is a doctor and has a lot of old furniture inherited from his father, most of it from the 50′s. Being raised in this ambience led to the idea of redesigning this parisienne sideboard for him.
We used just one single rod for each piece. It is bent in three dimensions to create a closed circuit and we did minimal routing to attach mountings for the top and the wall.

INTERIOR DESIGN MAGAZIN

The Palomar5 project is featured in the current issue
of the INTERIOR DESIGN MAGAZINE march 2010!

We even got the cover – second one, yess!

http://www.interiordesign.net/

BLICKFANG STUTTGART

Here we are in Stuggi-town, where people speak funny
and are open minded towards musical furniture.
People like how we did the cheapest stand design ever
(8,90 € for 1000 paperclips), somehow still confused by what we want to do with the Forte table. Hopefully some generous and wealthy man may come and buy our little cuty. Stephan started and bought the blue chair, helping us to get to Milan again.

www.blickfang.com

MARU MAGAZINE

Today we got this neat publication from Korean magazine MARU. It is featuring Lotta for the first time in a magazine. We like!

MARU

FORTE

Philipps diploma is a working table for musicians and designers or other people. It transfers the picture of a classical stage piano, in a cut and modern way. The table offers storage space for electronic instruments and devices such as drum computers, synthesizers and laptop, which includes an oversized powerstrip. The base is a lightweight construction of steel rods, welded together to a spiderweb-looking structure, just like the strings fell out of the piano’s body.

EGON

Egon is a simple and classical tubular table series with different tabletops made from HPL. It was designed to improve the famous tablebase by Egon Eiermann in the fields of simple production, economical use of material, disassembly, easy mounting and last but not least legroom.
This allround-tablebase can be used with different kinds of desktops such as the 8 mm thin HPL-top, or a slick top that includes large-sized drawers.
Thanks for the inspiration, Egon!

Egon is our first serial product which is manufactured by H&H Furniture and for which we won the red dot award!

www.h-h-furniture.de
www.red-dot.de

ART AUREA MAGAZINE

Our 9,3 tablebase is featured in the current Art Aurea Magazine!

www.artaurea.com