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Bene

is an austrian furniture manufacturer based in Waidhofen an der Ybbs. The company has been the market leader in Austria since the mid-1970s and today holds a market share of around 25 percent. This article is based on the article Bene_AG from the free encyclopedia Wikipedia and is licensed under the double license GNU License for Free Documentation and Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported (short version). A list of authors is available on Wikipedia.

Cassina

Cassina S.p.A. is an Italian furniture manufacturer based in Milan and part of the Poltrona Frau Group. Two collections are offered (2006): Cassina I Maestri Cassina I Contemporanei The first collection includes design concepts created by designers of the functionalism. The designers are: Le Corbusier, Gerrit T. Rietveld, Charles R. Mackintosh, Erik Gunnar Asplund, Frank Lloyd Wright, Charlotte Perriand. Cassina holds the exclusive rights for the reproduction of furniture designs by these designers. As the name suggests, the "Cassina I Contemporanei" collection consists of contemporary furniture. The following names are designer of this collection. Philippe Starck, Hannes Wettstein, Mario Bellini Piero Lissoni and more. This article is based on the article Cassina_S.p.A. from the free encyclopedia Wikipedia and is licensed under the double license GNU Free Documentation and Creative Commons License CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported (short version). A list of authors is available in Wikipedia.

Dauphin

The Dauphin HumanDesign Group (DHDG) and its brands Bosse, Dauphin, Trend!Office: and Züco are suppliers of equipment for the office and contract sector. The Dauphin HumanDesign Group GmbH & Co. KG is a company of Dauphin-Holding Dauphin Office Interiors GmbH & Co. KG. The Dauphin Group has 21 sales and production companies in Germany and abroad as well as numerous licensees and representatives in 59 countries. In its own production facilities, more than 3000 chairs are currently manufactured worldwide every day, of which an average of 2200 are in Offenhausen. This article is based on the article Dauphin_HumanDesign_Group from the free encyclopedia Wikipedia and is licensed under the double license GNU License for Free Documentation and Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported (short version). A list of authors is available in Wikipedia.

Fritz Hansen

Fritz Hansen A/S, also known as Republic of Fritz Hansen, is a danish furniture manufacturer known for the production of designs by danish designers such as Arne Jacobsen, Hans J. Wegener and Børge Mogensen. The company is based in Allerød. The company was founded in 1872 by master carpenter Fritz Hansen as a carpentry workshop in Copenhagen in the vicinity of Amalienborg Castle. In 1896 a production site with a sawmill north of Copenhagen was built in Lillerød. When Hansen's son Christian Edvard (* 1874; † 1954) took over the company in 1899, it had 50 employees. Fritz Hansen died in 1902. Under the leadership of Christian E. Hansen, the company developed from a craftsman's business to an industrial enterprise. In 1915 the company produced the first steam-bent wooden chair in Denmark. The two sons of Christian E. Hansen, Poul Fritz Hansen and Søren Christian Hansen, worked in the company from 1928 on. Especially Poul Fritz Hansen started to work together with the professor of architecture Kaare Klint and the architect Arne Jacobsen in 1934. Klint had Hansen build shelving systems and cabinet walls. The cooperation with Jacobsen resulted in a chair which he used for the restaurant of the Bellevue Theatre in Klampenborg. From then on Jacobsen developed all his seating furniture, such as the Ant, Grand Prix and Series 7 chairs, as well as the Egg and Swan armchairs - both works for his Gesamtkunstwerk SAS Royal Hotel - with the help of Hansen. Jacobsen licensed the company to produce his furniture designs. Hans J. Wegner and Børge Mogensen also worked with Fritz Hansen in the 1940s. Wegner developed the Chinese chair in 1944 and Morgensen the Spokeback sofa in 1945. In the 1960s the production was moved to Allerød north of Copenhagen. The company was acquired by Skandinavisk Holding in 1979. This article is based on the article Fritz_Hansen_(Unternehmen) from the free encyclopedia Wikipedia and is licensed under the dual GNU License for Free Documentation and Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported (short version). A list of authors is available in Wikipedia.

Interstuhl

The Interstuhl Büromöbel GmbH & Co. KG is an office chair manufacturer in the Meßstetten district of Tieringen in the Zollernalbkreis. The blacksmith's trade had been a tradition in the Link family since 1731. In 1930 times were bad, but Wilhelm Link took over the Tieringen village smithy. Despite the effects of the world economic crisis, business was good until after the Second World War the blacksmith was less and less in demand. And so Wilhelm Link and his son and successor Werner Link made a far-reaching decision: in 1960 they began to build underframes for sewing machines. Since the numerous seamstresses logically had to sit at work, a shortage of supplies became the business idea. They supplemented the range with chairs and thus demonstrated a genuine pioneering spirit. The "interstuhl" brand was not introduced until a few years later, in 1967. With the first major plant expansion in 1969, Interstuhl moved to its current location in Brühlstraße, where it set up its first powder coating plant. Interstuhl began to develop office swivel chairs and new construction phases were added to production. Today Interstuhl is one of the largest office chair manufacturers in the world and is managed by Joachim and Helmut Link in the third generation. Interstuhl supplies its chairs worldwide via branches and specialist trade partners. This article is based on the article Interstuhl from the free encyclopedia Wikipedia and is licensed under the double license GNU License for Free Documentation and Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported (short version). A list of authors is available in Wikipedia.

Knoll

Walter Knoll (* 20. October 1878 in Stuttgart; † 14. July 1971 in Herrenberg) was a german furniture manufacturer and founder and owner of Walter Knoll Polstermöbelfabrik. Walter Knoll was born as the son of Wilhelm Knoll, a manufacturer of seating and upholstered furniture. His father had only founded a leather business in Stuttgart in 1865, which he quickly expanded into a factory. The Knoll furniture was so good that the company became a supplier to the royal court as early as 1890. Robert, the firstborn, took over his father's business in 1966, Hans the secondborn founded the important Knoll International Inc. in the USA, which still exists today. He was the first manufacturer to specialize in the mass production of Bauhaus furniture. In 1937, he moved his company from Stuttgart to Herrenberg in the former branch of Vollmoeller AG. Only in 1966, on his 90th birthday, did he finally retire from the management of his company and leave the business to his eldest son Robert and his nephew Walter Combe. Walter Knoll died on 14 July 1971 in Herrenberg and was buried there. In 1982 Stefan Combe and Michael Knoll took over the management of Walter Knoll. In 1993 the Rolf Benz family took over the company with Markus Benz as managing director. This article is based on the article Walter_Knoll from the free encyclopedia Wikipedia and is licensed under the double license GNU License for Free Documentation and Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported (short version). A list of authors is available in Wikipedia.

Sedus

Sedus Stoll AG, based in Waldshut-Tiengen, Baden-Württemberg, is a full-service provider of office equipment and workplace concepts. The company produces in Dogern and Geseke. With eight european subsidiaries in France (Paris), Italy (Cadorago), Spain (Madrid), Austria (Vienna), Great Britain (London), the Netherlands (Zoetermeer), Belgium (Wetteren) and Switzerland (Rickenbach), Sedus is one of the major office furniture manufacturers in Europe. Worldwide sales in over 50 countries are handled by partner companies. This article is based on the article Sedus from the free encyclopedia Wikipedia and is licensed under the double license GNU Free Documentation and Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported (short version). A list of authors is available in Wikipedia.

Thonet

Thonet GmbH is a family-run german manufacturer of furniture based in Frankenberg (Eder) in northern Hessen. The company originally comes from Vienna, where it flourished in the 19th century with furniture made of curved wood. The production site in Frankenberg achieved world fame especially with Bauhaus tubular steel furniture. The product range today includes the classics that have made the company famous, as well as designs by renowned contemporary designers such as Hadi Teherani, Norman Foster and Stefan Diez. In addition to bentwood furniture (Wiener Caféhaus chair), tubular steel furniture from the 1920s and 1930s, designed by star designers such as Marcel Breuer and Mies van der Rohe, was one of the company's bestsellers. Today, Thonet furniture is represented in the world's most important design collections, including the Museum of Modern Art and the Pinakothek der Moderne in Munich. Today, the production site is in Frankenberg. This article is based on the article net from the free encyclopedia Wikipedia and is licensed under the double license GNU License for Free Documentation and Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported (short version). A list of authors is available in Wikipedia.

USM Haller

The USM Haller modular furniture system (USM stands for Ulrich Schärer AG, Münsingen) was designed by Fritz Haller and Paul Schärer in 1963. Until today (2012) the company is managed by the Schärer family. The elements are produced in Switzerland. The german headquarter is in Bühl (Baden). The sales and assembly departments for Germany are located there. The system consists of screwable, chrome-plated steel tubes and assemblies such as fixtures, claddings, tables, acoustic walls, electrical installations, lighting and additional parts for VDU workstations. Different objects can be built with the elements of the modular furniture system: Filing and equipment cabinets, open or closed corpora, roll containers, counters, wall coverings and ceiling gratings. The objects can be disassembled and assembled into other objects. The USM Haller is used as universal furniture e.g. in medical practices, law firms, schools, reception halls and private homes. In 1980 it was added to the New Collection of the Staatliches Museum für angewandte Kunst in Munich. In 2001 it was included in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. This article is based on the article USM_Haller from the free encyclopedia Wikipedia and is licensed under the double license GNU License for Free Documentation and Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported (short version). A list of authors is available in Wikipedia.

Vitra

Vitra AG is a Swiss company for the production and trade of home and office furniture with its headquarters in Birsfelden, Basel-Landschaft, Switzerland. Independent branches in 14 countries belong to the group. The Vitra Design Museum has also been located at the german site in Weil am Rhein since 1989. This article is based on the article Vitra from the free encyclopedia Wikipedia and is licensed under the double license GNU License for Free Documentation and Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 3.0 Unported (short version). A list of authors is available in Wikipedia.

Wilkhahn

Wilkhahn Wilkening + Hahne GmbH & Co. KG is a german furniture manufacturer based in Bad Münder am Deister. Friedrich Hahne founded a chair factory in Eimbeckhausen near Hannover together with Christian Wilkening in 1907 and formed the company name Wilkhahn from both names. The sons of the founders Fritz Hahne and Adolf Wilkening took over the chair factory in 1946. Wilkhahn was a pioneer of employee models. The products are used in the office, conference and waiting areas. The company is based in the district of Eimbeckhausen. Further production sites are located in Castellón de la Plana in Spain and in Sydney, Australia. The company has become known for its ergonomic office chairs. Today, Wilkhahn employs almost 600 people worldwide. 

 

 
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