Known for its discreet and technically smart designs the German manufacturer Nils Holger Moormann presented a range of new furniture which again convince with their high level of utility. The modular wardrobe by Neuland Industriedesign is made from birch plywood and based on two different elements which can easily be connected to each other and extended to infinity.
‘Yak’ by Rupert Kopp is a coatrack combined with a narrow bench. The slightly inclined rack shifts the barycentre to the middle axis, which gives stability to the structure and the width of the hallway furniture can be reduced to a minimum. The rack is made from untreated ash tree and the hookrail and seating from powder coated steel.