Posts tagged as 'Stefan Diez'

Thu 17.7.

‘Kitt’ chair by Stefan Diez for Hay (DK)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.07.2014 - Tagged as: ,

'Kitt' chair by Stefan Diez for Hay, photo: Jonathan Mauloubier

‘Kitt’ chair by Stefan Diez for Hay, photo: Jonathan Mauloubier

The ‘Kitt’ chair by Stefan Diez for Hay ships in a small box and is assembled almost without the use of tools.



'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…)

Fri 3.6.

ARCHITONIC UNCUT: Stefan Diez at Belgrade Design Week 2011

Posted by Malgorzata Stankiewicz on 03.06.2011 - Tagged as: , , ,


In the second video from our Architonic Uncut series, Simon Cowell interviews Stefan Diez at the ‘Future²’ conference during this year’s Belgrade Design Week.


to Architonic’s Belgrade Design Week 2011 photo album

Mon 11.4.

Milan 2011: News by e15 (DE)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 11.04.2011 - Tagged as: , , , , , ,

'Houdini' new upholstered version by Stefan Diez for e15

The German manufacturer e15 will showcase some new pieces of the plywood series by Stefan Diez at this year’s Milan Design Week: the ‘Houdini’ armchair in a new upholstered version and the lounge chair ‘Leo’ – based on the same, sophisticated construction principle as ‘Houdini’. Both pieces will be showcased at two locations: at the Salone del Mobile in Hall 20, stand E16 and at the e15 showroom in Via Tortona 31.


The German manufacturer Wilkhahn presented at this year’s Orgatec some intresting novelties, amongst them the ‘Chassis’ chair by Stefan Diez and the office chair ‘ON’ by studio Wiege. Michael Englisch from Wiege and Stefan Diez were so kind to tell us more about it. Enjoy!

Made from deep-drawn sheet metal: 'Chassis' by Stefan Diez for Wilkhahn

The ‘Chassis’ chair by Stefan Diez, designed for the German manufacturer Wilkhahn was definitely one of the highlights of this year’s Orgatec! Its frame is entirely made with space-frame technology from the automotive world – a technique that has never been used within the furniture industry. ‘Chassis’ is the result of promising fundamental research Wilkhahn and Diez dared to start five years ago. Here we have some images of the comprehensive design and developement process. Enjoy!


'Chassis' by Stefan Diez for Wilkhahn

After severals years of development the German manufacturer finally realised Stefan Diez’ ‘Chassis’ chair for serial production. Made entirely with space-frame technology from the automotive world – a deep-drawing technique of thin sheet metal – ‘Chassis’ is hollow and light. In contrast to the hand whetted prototype with a leather seat Wilkhahn presented two years ago, the 0-series showcased at this year’s Orgatec is combined with a four-millimetre thick, finely grained polypropylene seat – upholstered, textile and leather version will follow soon.


'New Order' by Stefan Diez

‘New Order’ – Either Stefan Diez is a big admirer of British New Wave (which would be one more reason to be fond of his taste), or he simply found a fitting name for the new modular and stackable shelving system he designed for the Britsh manufacturer Established & Sons. The basic frame made from owder-coated aluminium can be accessorised with optional elements, including shelving, door compartments, space dividers, trays and castors.