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Ingenious Aesthetics

Posted by Walter Phillips on 16.02.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Classic: if the user wants to change the relative position of the two main panels of the "K500" coffee table (design: Matthias Fischer), he simply moves one of them by hand; the other is steered into place by a concealed synchronised mechanism

Classic: if the user wants to change the relative position of the two main panels of the “K500” coffee table (design: Matthias Fischer), he simply moves one of them by hand; the other is steered into place by a concealed synchronised mechanism

“We’ve been very courageous about seizing our opportunities and are expanding our collections with new designs and functions,” reports Claus Lenzmann, Managing Partner of Ronald Schmitt Design GmbH. He looks over to Managing Director Dr. Andreas Wiese, who nods in agreement. Lenzmann and Wiese took up their posts in early 2013 with the aim of redeveloping the firm’s potential. Ronald Schmitt Tische – founded back in 1958 – became Ronald Schmitt Design. The change of name is an unequivocal declaration of belief in both compelling forms and perfect functions. (by Atrium)

 

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