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:
Cutt date: 2006 type: flatware material: silver 940/000 size: 200 x 50 x 15 mm producer: Wiener Silberschmiede, Austria
Coma Lamp date: 2007 type: table lamp material: aluminium, sheet metal size: 630 x 240 x 150mm The self-supporting metal enclosure is made all in one piece.
Axiome date: 2006 type: chair material: aluminium, powder coated size: 85 x 52 x 50 cm producer: Designwerkstätte Schatzl, Austria
FX10 Loungechair date: 2006 type: lounge chair material: wood, leather size: 70 x 90 x 106 cm producer: Neue Wiener Werkstätte, Austria
Water Bottle date: 2007 type: bottle for mineral water 0,25l material: recycled green glass size: 190 x 102 x 102 mm Bric Drinking Glasses date: 2006 type: drinking glass material: Murano glass size: 100 x 60 x 60 mm
Eyry Pendant Lamp date: 2007 type: pendant material: wireframe, tricot fabric size: 140 x 32 x 40 cm
Filio Ring date: 2008 type: ring material: silver size: 40 x 30 x 25 mm design: Thomas Feichtner one-off piece
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.
Table Chair date: 2006 type: table (chair) material: leather, chrome, piano laquer size: 42 x 45 x 45 cm (closed) producer: Wiener Werkstätte, Austria
FSB 5930 date: 2007 type: door handle material: aluminium size: 180 x 80 x 60 mm producer: FSB, Franz Schneider Brakel GmbH + Co KG
Honey Chair date: 2007 type: lounge chair material: wood 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.