December 2021

Posts tagged as 'Nils Holger Moormann'

Tue 30.4.


Posted by Walter Phillips on 30.04.2019 - Tagged as:

Simply intelligent: NILS HOLGER MOORMANN | Industry News

Lateral thinker NILS HOLGER MOORMANN has been shaking things up with his furniture since 1982.

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Tue 27.1.

The Lateral Thinker

Posted by Walter Phillips on 27.01.2015 - Tagged as: ,

Slotted into place: the "Siebenschläfer" bed is a totally metal-free construction

Slotted into place: the “Siebenschläfer” bed is a totally metal-free construction

Anyone who visits Nils Holger Moormann at his company headquarters in Aschau at the foot of Kampenwand Mountain near Chiemsee is immediately plunged deep into his world. Three flags at the entrance, printed with outrageous misspellings of his name (such as “Motorman”), point to a generous helping of humour and self-mockery. Moormann has been producing furniture for more than 30 years but didn’t actually discover furniture making as an outlet for his creativity until his late 20s, after abandoning his law studies. (by Atrium)


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Fri 8.8.

K1 Sideboard by Nils Holger Moormann (DE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 08.08.2014 - Tagged as:

K1 Sideboard by Nils Holger Moormann

K1 Sideboard by Nils Holger Moormann

Narrow and broad, closed and open elements provide a wide variety of planning options for the K1 Sideboard by Nils Holger Moormann.



Wed 11.6.

‘Schwarzmann’ wardrobe by Nils Holger Moormann (DE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.06.2014 - Tagged as:

'Schwarzmann' wardrobe by Nils Holger Moormann

‘Schwarzmann’ wardrobe by Nils Holger Moormann

Nils Holger Moormann’s ‘Schwarzmann’ is a thin (58cm), tall (221cm) wardrobe that’s easy to move, weighing only 19 kilograms.



'Paul & Paula' tables by Matthias Ferwagner for Moormann; photo © Nils Holger Moormann GmbH

Having previously designed an elegant, minimalist ash side table ‘Minimato’, the German designer Matthias Ferwagner continues his collaboration with the Bavaria-based manufacturer Nils Holger Moormann and his two latest side table designs, ‘Paul & Paula’, were recently unveiled in Milan. (more…)


With the design fair heavyweight, aka Milan’s Salone del Mobile, just around the corner, Architonic’s headquarters have recently found themselves under a shower of virtual, as well as good old paper-and-stamp invitations to umpteen launches, lunches, openings, previews, exhibitions and, of course, parties, cocktails and aperitivos. And while highly appreciated, instantly RSVP’ed to and saved to be presented at the velvet ropes of iSaloni, not many of the invites do more than just conveying the essential details about a given event. Today however, was different. Sent from Moormann’s HQ, the plain white card which we have just received looked, at first glance, rather quite simple, perhaps even boring. Then, we read its message…or is it a poem? Either way, we think it’s great!

'Minimato' table by Matthias Ferwagner for Moormann

Young German designer Matthias Ferwagner has created this wood-and-metal ‘Minimato’ table for the Bavaria-based manufacturer Nils Holger Moormann. Presented at this year’s Salone del Mobile, ‘Minimato’ combines the simplicity of form while the untreated-ash structure of the base and the circular aluminium tabletop give the design a contemporary look. Or, as the designer himself puts it: ‘To express it minimalistly: 5 bars, 1 table top, Assemble, Minimato’.


'K1' by Neuland Industriedesign

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.

'K1' by Neuland Industriedesign

'K1' detail by Neuland Industriedesign

‘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.

'Yak' by Rupert Kopp

'Yak' detail by Rupert Kopp

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