The Luc chair is stackable and plays with the theme of a band, which takes up the substructure and is optically closed to the backrest. This theme can be found in the base again. The base is being considered as one 16mm steel tube. Seat and backrest are made of bent 2mm aluminum and are connected to each other at their lowest point. There both parts are fixed invisible. So it appears as if the seat is hanging and that seat and backrest are made out of one piece. For the comfort seat and backrest are upholstered with felt in different colors.
November 2016 -SEAM receives its third design awardGood news from last week: SEAM for Prostoria is winner of the Golden Key Award in the category best contract furniture at this years Belgrade furniture fair.
October 2016 -ROB is ready for OrgatecWe are pleased to announce that our first chair ROB for Johanson has just been ready in time for Orgatec. ROB will be presented in Cologne from 25 - 29 of October. Come by and take a seat. Stand K029/L028, hall 10.2.
October 2016 -SHIMA family is growingFrom 25 - 29 of October we are presenting new members of the SHIMA family with Johanson at Orgatec in Cologne. SHIMA GARDEN revitalises indoor environments with greenery and fresh air. You are invited to visit Johanson at stand K029/L028 in hall 10.2.
September 2016 -GRATEFUL for RIG-TIG by SteltonGrateful is a four-in-one grater set which has been presented at Maison & Objet in Paris this week. With the collecting box placed just under the grating knife, allowing no waste at all. Equipped with non-slip grips on top and bottom.
July 2016 -Bicycle sharing station for Chinese marketIn 2015 we designed the solar-powered IBSplus bicycle sharing station for Chinese company Guoyang. Our holistic concept includes a range of modules that can be arranged in various combinations. We developed the bicycle stands, a terminal, waste and recycling bins, benches, planting boxes, a kiosk and the LED illuminated roof structure.
Design means everyday culture. It helps us to enjoy and simplify life. We are fascinated by the process that starts with an idea, becomes substance and hopefully results in a long and pleasurable use for its qualities. That’s how we understand reasonability and sustainability.
Moritz Böttcher and Sören Henssler founded their Berlin based design studio in 2007. In 2013 the designer Nikolaus Kayser joined the team. Since 2014 the trio is working under the studio name Böttcher Henssler Kayser in the fields of consumer product, furniture and lighting design with companies such as ANTA, Böwer, Johanson, Mater, Normann Copenhagen, Prostoria, RIG-TIG, Schönbuch, Vertigo Bird and Zero.
While still in their studies they received the iF product design award 2005, the red dot design award 2005 and 2007. Honours continued in 2010 with the Europe 40 Under 40 by The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies. In 2011 and 2012 they won again the red dot design award. 2013 they were rewarded with the prestigious red dot „best of the best“. The German Design Council nominated the studio in 2014 and 2015 for the German Design Award. In 2015 they were honored with both, the Interior Innovation Award and iF design award. Their projects have been published internationally in books and magazines.
Moritz Böttcher (1978) studied product design at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Hannover. During his studies he completed several internships including a semester at npk industrial design in the Netherlands. After his graduation project in cooperation with the company Dornbracht, he worked at npk industrial design in Hamburg and Barskidesign in Frankfurt. From 2006 to 2008 he worked for Werner Aisslinger in Berlin.
Sören Henssler (1974) studied product design at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Hannover as well as at the Politecnico di Milano. His projects have been awarded with the red dot design award 2002, a special mention in the Lucky Strike Junior Designer Award 2005 and the iF concept award 2006. Since the completion of his degree in 2005, Sören Henssler works independently from Berlin.
Nikolaus Kayser (1978) studied industrial design at the Muthesius Kunsthochschule in Kiel and was awarded with the red dot product design in 2007. After his diploma he worked for three years as a designer at wiege Entwicklungsgesellschaft. His focus there was in the field of high-quality office furniture, especially on chairs for the German manufacture Wilkhahn.
- 2016 Golden Key Award "Best contract furniture" for SEAM produced by Prostoria
- 2015 iF product design award for SEAM produced by Prostoria
- 2015 Interior Innovation Award for SEAM produced by Prostoria
- 2015 Good Design award for Oil & Vinegar produced by Magisso
- 2015 German Design Award Nominee for NEW ORDER produced by BSR
- 2014 German Design Award Nominee for NEW ORDER produced by BSR
- 2013 red dot product design award "Best of the Best" for NEW ORDER produced by BSR
- 2013 red dot product design award for MANTIS produced by Vertigo Bird
- 2011 red dot product design award for NAMU produced by Böwer
- 2010 Europe 40 Under 40 by European Center for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies
- 2007 red dot product design award for COOKISLAND produced by ALNO
- 2006 Lucky Strike Junior Designer Award special mention for L2
- 2006 iF concept award for MAKKINA
- 2005 red dot product design award for PIZZONI produced by LoeweVonAppen
- 2005 iF product design award for PIZZONI produced by LoeweVonAppen
- Berlin Design Digest, Slanted Publishers, Germany, April 2017
- Atrium magazine, Germany, January 2016
- Objects: Handle with Care, Trademark Publishing, Germany, 2015
- Schöner Wohnen magazine, Germany, October 2015
- arcade magazine, Germany, March/April 2015
- HÄUSER magazine, Germany, February/March 2015
- design report magazine, Germany, February 2015
- Schöner Wohnen magazine, Germany, September 2014
- LIVING magazine, Italy, June 2014
- LUXUS WOHNEN magazine, Germany, May/June 2014
- A&W Architektur & Wohnen magazine, Germany, April/May 2014
- ARCHITECTURE DIGEST Choice magazine, Germany, February 2014
- CASA LIVING magazine, South Korea, October 2013
- ELLE Decoration magazine, The Netherlands, September 2013
- ICON magazine, United Kingdom, February 2013
- MODERN DECORATION HOME magazine, South Korea, April 2012
- design report magazine, Germany, February 2012
- LUX, Lamps and Lights, Gestalten Verlag, Germany, 2011
- zitty Berlin, The Design Book 2011/2012, Germany, June 2011
- Atrium magazine, Germany, May/June 2011
- LICHT+WOHNEN magazine, Germany, April/May 2011
- Quality magazine, Germany, February 2011
- WOHNREVUE magazine, Switzerland, January 2011
- LIVING ART magazine, South Korea, January 2011
- bob magazine, South Korea, December 2010
- Schöner Wohnen magazine, Germany, June 2010
- RUM magazine, Sweden, January 2010
- Schöner Wohnen magazine, Germany, December 2009
- smart homes magazine, Germany, September/October 2009
- Süddeutsche Zeitung Magazin, Germany, September 2009
- ELLE Decoration magazine, Germany, September 2009
- STYLEPARK magazine, Germany, Summer 2009
- Schöner Wohnen magazine, Germany, August 2009
- 1000 new eco designs, Laurence King Publishing, Great Britain, 2009
- arcarde magazine, Germany, May/June 2009
- H.O.M.E magazine, Germany, May 2008
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