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'Dice' storage system by Stefan Diez for Schönbuch

Earlier this year, the German designer Stefan Diez has created this modular, mix-and-match hallway storage programme for the entrance area furniture manufacturer Schönbuch. Composed from a number of simple, rectangular elements such as cabinet, wardrobe, sideboard, lift-up chest and a mirror, the wall-mounted fabric-covered ‘Dice’ system is available in three colourways – natural grey, warm grey with a red tinge and blue-grey. (more…)

'Collect' secretary by Wis Design for Schönbuch

The Stockholm based design studio Wis Design enlarged their beautiful eclectic ‘Collect’ family, developed for the German manufacturer Schönbuch, by some new objects: a secretary, sideboard and dressing table. The front of each drawer can be varied by a selection of different types of wood (beech, maple, oak, walnut) and colours.

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'Saucer' by Eric Degenhardt for Schönbuch, photo by Tillmann Franzen

'Saucer' by Eric Degenhardt for Schönbuch, photo by Tillmann Franzen

Obviously inspired by the small type of dishware the Cologne based designer Eric Degenhardt created this simple coat hanger ‘Saucer’ for the German manufacturer Schönbuch.

'Saucer' by Eric Degenhardt for Schönbuch, photo by Tillmann Franzen

'Saucer' by Eric Degenhardt for Schönbuch, photo by Tillmann Franzen

Most recent works by Eric Degenhardt, photo by Tillmann Franzen

Most recent works by Eric Degenhardt, photo by Tillmann Franzen

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Collect by Wis Design for Schönbuch

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 17.04.2009 - Tagged as: , , , , , ,

The advanced user’s typesetting tray

The advanced user’s typesetting tray

A stylish home for treasured possessions. The Collect chest of drawers developed by the Swedish designers from Wis Design for the German manufacturer Schönbuch is available in two sizes. The body of powder-coated metal has either 15 or 18 drawers of different sizes. The selection of different types of wood (beech, maple, oak, walnut ) and colours enables the front to be varied. A drawer with an inlay and a decorated porcelain knob round off the patchwork look. Other versions of Collect include pure white or a paint finish in five matching shades.

Two colour schemes are available: either pure white or five matching paint shades

Two colour schemes are available: either pure white or five matching paint shades

‘Collect’ is an homage to the classic Chest of Drawers by Josef Frank from the 1930s.

Chest of Drawers by Josef Frank

Chest of Drawers by Josef Frank, Photo: Bukowskis, Stockholm

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