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Mon 23.2.

Ethics and Aesthetics

Posted by Walter Phillips on 23.02.2015 - Tagged as: ,

"Noon 3 white" pendant lamp, "Turntable" and "Morph" chair in oak

“Noon 3 white” pendant lamp, “Turntable” and “Morph” chair in oak

Between drawing board and production, Zeitraum’s solid wood furniture has to meet numerous decision criteria that are specific to the company and have mostly served as benchmarks since the firm was founded in 1990. “Our designs are a homage to purity: to unadulterated materials and consistency of form,” explains owner Birgit Gämmerler. “Right from the start, we have been committed to acting sustainably, to treating our staff and customers with respect and to ensuring that the origin and workmanship of our products are up to standard. All these things are a matter of principle as far as we’re concerned: a concept that is based on responsibility in every respect has to be based on a lot of different factors.” (by Atrium)


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