The time is ripe to bring one of the most renowned wood species in furniture design back into the center of interest. Beech has been ignored for a long time, yet it has exquisite properties that make it one of the most applied woods for furniture making ever since. We are now pleased to welcome beech of the very highest quality and from sustainable sources to our LINK shelving collection. Beech forests are not endangered and belong to the natural vegetation and stretched across the whole of Northern Europe.
A photo exhibition by Alina Pape and GRAVUR hosted by hausen In her work, the designer, photographer Aline Pape has been questioning the effects of binary gender concepts on society for several years. In the exhibited project "Modern Gender," Pape challenges traditional depictions of "masculinity" by offering an alternative perspective that goes beyond the binary gender order. The project involves collaboration with various male-identified individuals who have been given traditionally "feminine" attributes to experiment with their gender identity. Through this, Pape aims to explore how gender roles and habits can be transformed. By questioning the normalized representations of "masculinity," Pape's project becomes a social experiment that attempts to find out how far photography can influence social processes. More information at...
We are excited to announce our collaboration with FLWR studio, a sustainable and ethical florist brand, to bring you the perfect addition to our SHRINK shelves with a flower decoration made of paper. The SHRINK shelves are more than just your average shelving unit. They are handcrafted with precision and care from high-quality, sustainably sourced materials, ensuring that they will not only look beautiful but will also last for years to come. The shelves are available in a variety of colors, making them perfect for any room in your home.
A plump plagiarism of our LINK shelving system was awarded the 1st prize of the Plagiarius negative Prize this year. Plagiarism is not a compliment but a serious problem. It is money-making at the expense of our intellectual property, creativity and the effort we have invested in product development. The plagiarism's design, concept and proportions are copied 1:1, but without our high-quality standards. The plagiarism is made of cheap mango wood, the brackets are thin and warped. Plagiarism is just another representative of a new negative development. Similar to "Fast Fashion", one can talk about "Fast Furniture" here. Cheap products are thrown onto the market in large quantities in order to achieve quick sales with seasonal trends and fashions. The companies save the wages of the designers or a time-consuming...
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