Thomas Feichtner, Bernhard Buchegger, Michael Denoth of Buchegger Denoth Feichtner Design of Austria like angles. So much so that many of their products resemble origami with flat intersecting geometric planes. They apply this style to everything from lounge chairs to drinking glasses. All all of them look really sharp, figuratively speaking of course.
Take a look:
material: silver 940/000
size: 200 x 50 x 15 mm
producer: Wiener Silberschmiede, Austria
Cutt is a cutlery made of silver and is produced in Vienna by the traditional Wiener Silberschmiede Werkstaette.
type: table lamp
material: aluminium, sheet metal
size: 630 x 240 x 150mm
The self-supporting metal enclosure is made all in one piece.
material: aluminium, powder coated
size: 85 x 52 x 50 cm
producer: Designwerkstätte Schatzl, Austria
type: lounge chair
material: wood, leather
size: 70 x 90 x 106 cm
producer: Neue Wiener Werkstätte, Austria
type: bottle for mineral water 0,25l
material: recycled green glass
size: 190 x 102 x 102 mm
Bric Drinking Glasses
type: drinking glass
material: Murano glass
size: 100 x 60 x 60 mm
Eyry Pendant Lamp
material: wireframe, tricot fabric
size: 140 x 32 x 40 cm
size: 40 x 30 x 25 mm
design: Thomas Feichtner
At first glance Table Chair is an occasional table, made of black coated wood with table legs made of chrome. If you open Table Chair, you discover a comfortable seat.
type: table (chair)
material: leather, chrome, piano laquer
size: 42 x 45 x 45 cm (closed)
producer: Wiener Werkstätte, Austria
type: door handle
size: 180 x 80 x 60 mm
producer: FSB, Franz Schneider Brakel GmbH + Co KG
type: lounge chair
size: 96 x 88 x 84 cm
producer: Holzwerkstatt Manfred Rehberger, Austria
The Honey Chair clearly displays the geometric trademark. The formal solution is angular, but nevertheless comfortable. Holzwerkstatt Rehberger, a richly traditional workshop in Upper Austria, undertakes production.
material: titanium, sapphire glass
size: caliber42mm, 16mm
The Sharp-Looking Guys Behind The Designs:
Above from left: Thomas Feichtner, Bernhard Buchegger, Michael Denoth
Photo: Paul Kranzler
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