Light, no waste, variation: the main features of TEN - a new and innovative collection by Conde House in cooperation with Berlin-based designer Michael Schneider. TEN, the Japanese word for sky, describes the concept of the light, almost airy design. Derived from aeronautical engineering of a sturdy skeleton and a lightweight skin, the chairs concept has been perfectly mastered by Conde House craftsmen.
The basic ideas of TEN are also incorporated in a range of tables matching the chairs concept. A tabletop , available in solid wood or melamine on a wooden base appearing both light and sturdy.
Pictured: Japanese Ash GY (60 x 40 cm) Walnut OFN (70 x 70 cm) Japanese Ash OFN (100 x 100 cm) Walnut OFN (111 x 79 cm)
Available in Walnut and Japanese Ash. Other wood finishes available too.
Creating beauty based on the functionality, the Berlin-based designer has worked internationally and celebrated by many accolades. He is recognised by notably the Interior Innovation Award, iF Design Award, Red Dot Award, Good Design Award, amongst many more.