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K7A — White Fir

K7A — White Fir , Tecta

$989 CAD

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Ascent with stubbornness: The K7 helps its owners to climb to new heights – and to develop with each of its functions.

 The K7 is a piece of furniture that shows its history: The craftsmanship of the Bregenzerwald merges with a portion of stubbornness. Because not only letting a ladder be a ladder, but at the same time thinking up a chair, or even better, anchoring a third function, for example a side table – that is the special language of designer Thomas Schnur. A person who gives things a soul and can transform them from stubborn function to objects with character.

This is how the K7 invites you to play and this is what its creator, Thomas Schnur, had in mind. If it was to be a piece of furniture that helped him out of his personal bottleneck – not to alienate chairs for his old building ceilings as ladders in the future – the K7 quickly became a companion that doesn’t just spend its existence in storage corners. It is too stubborn for that – and too beautiful.

In a dialog with Martin Bereuter from the carpentry workshop of the same name in the Bregenz Forest, which already produced the aesthetically sophisticated D7 folding chair for Tecta, Thomas Schnur exchanged ideas intensively over a period of eight months. “During this time I have been deeply involved with the craftsmanship of the Bregenz Forest,” he says, “where you always had to make a lot out of a little. The K7 follows in these footsteps”.

Chair-ladder step, the formal language was soon followed by the poetic. Thomas Schnur presents it in an exhibition entitled “Steps”. “To understand steps as stages of life, to walk through them and to develop oneself in the process, that was the idea” he underlines. A thought that connects him mentally with Hermann Hesse. “We are to stride cheerfully through room after room, hanging on no one as if we were at home,” he wrote in his famous poem, for: “The world spirit does not want to tie us up and tighten us. It wants to lift us up step by step, to expand.”

  • Thomas Schnur, Germany c2020
  • Solid white fir
  • Made in Germany
  • Height 50cm / 20"
  • Lower Shelf Height 25cm / 10" 
  • Depth 40cm / 16"
  • Width 50cm / 20"

Tecta

Lauenförde, Germany

For over 40 years family-owned Tecta’s mission and responsibility has been to preserve and review the best ideas and designs of modernism as created by the Bauhaus movement in Weimar or Dessau while being driven by the desire to think forward, enhance and adapt them.

Tecta unites craftsmanship, values and family tradition with the Bauhaus school of thought. This is what makes the company so unique with its cycle of developing and cherishing what the Bauhaus movement once taught and merged with traditional craftsmanship. Both today and yesterday.

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