Garden of Eden

An opulent fabric creation as a homage to the place of longing at home.


Like sitting on clouds.

Hanne Willmann has already passed through many stations. She made her way from her home in the far north of Germany, then went to Barcelona and Istanbul and now works in her Berlin studio. We talked to the designer about creative processes and the creation of Nana!


Swinging into summer.

Leyasol gets you outdoors for moments of relaxation. Based on the style and elegance of the Leya family, Leyasol is designed for outdoors - and indoors.

Amazing Grace!

Discover our model Grace by Birgit Hoffmann and Christoph Kahleyss.

Visiting Andreas Hanitsch at Waterworks Falkenstein

The old Altona waterworks is located on the banks of the Elbe in Hamburg. Almost 6 years ago it was advertised for sale – hotel and restaurant concepts were immediately excluded. Andreas Hanitsch prevailed with his concept and was awarded the contract. We talked to him about the project and brought some furniture with us.

The "Rote Scheune" - a conversation with architect Thomas Kröger

Germany’s rural north-eastern Uckermark has seven buildings by award-winning Berlin architect Thomas Kröger. One of them is the Rote Scheune, once a cow byre and now a stylish holiday home which recently hosted a selection of our latest pieces and classic models.

Freifrau visits Katharina Herold

The Hamburg gallery owner grew up with art. Her most important message: Live with art! We visited Katharina Herold in her apartment in the Rotherbaum district to ask her what art means to her in life. 

Relaunch: Stella by Patrick Frey

Reduction to the essentials. The Stella model by designer Patrick Frey is a solid wood chair that impresses with its clear lines and reduction. Without sacrificing comfort.

Visiting Cornelius Tittel at the editorial office of BLAU

Cornelius Tittel runs the art magazine BLAU in the former private rooms of Axel Springer. Together with the set designer Irina Kromayer, Tittel dusted off the older spirits of the rooms, added new things and preserved the old.