European design legend
In addition to various works as an architect, Jacobsen began his collaboration with the furniture company Fritz Hansen in 1932, for which he designed chairs and armchairs over the course of three decades, which are considered milestones in Danish design.
The most famous design couple of all time
Charles and Ray Eames
If you love design, you should know the Eames. Many of them immediately recall their most famous designs, the Eames Lounge Chair or the Eames Plastic Chair. The couple are among the most influential designers of the 20th century.
Design pioneer from Denmark
Many designs by the Danish pioneer Verner Panton are prototypical for the psychedelic design of the seventies - most notably the famous Panton Chair. His concept of merging space and function is as innovative as it is visionary.
Milestones of the Midcentury design
To create organically shaped seating furniture that adapts perfectly to the curves of the human body and offers a great deal of comfort - this was the credo of the American designer with Finnish roots throughout his life.
The enfant terrible of the design world
The Frenchman Philippe Starck is one of the most popular designers of the present day and a well-known representative of New Design. His designs are extremely versatile and range from simple objects of daily use to spectacular interiors.
German lighting design at the highest level
Tobias Grau's lighting creations are designed and produced at the manufacturer's headquarters in Hamburg. At the center of the design philosophy is wholeness - so the lights are always a combination of innovation and aesthetics.
Master of chair design
Hans J. Wegner
Wegner was one of the most creative and also most productive Danish designers. During his lifetime he has designed more than 500 chairs. The legendary Wishbone Chair / Y-Chair is probably one of his most famous and best-selling designs.
Inventor of the tubular steel furniture
Marcel Breuer completed an apprenticeship as a carpenter at the state Bauhaus in Weimar from 1920 to 1924. There he took over the management of the carpentry workshop in 1925. His pioneering tubular steel furniture designs became a symbol of the Bauhaus.
The French Design Brothers
Erwan & Ronan Bouroullec
The simple, intelligent design of Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec inspires people all over the world. Their unique creations have earned the brothers numerous awards and cooperation offers from Vitra, Hay, Magis and Co.