05/09/2014 - German industrial designer Kristian Knobloch
will be exhibiting at Tent London 2014
and show three of his products, The Eder Chair
, The Measure Lamp
as well as 4+1 stool
. Find more details about the products below.
The Eder Chair
The concept of The Eder Chair is a long-lasting chair which can be locally produced. High-quality yet cost-effective production is possible due to the frame being made out of flat wooden parts. Furthermore the backrest is made out of fabric in order to provide a pleasant seating position and to avoid using moulded wood. »Eder« comes from »Meister Eder«, an old German TV series for children about a Munich based carpenter and his elf »Pumuckl«
The Measure Lamp
The design of the Measure Lamp is inspired by a folding yardstick – hence the name. It is made up of several modules, which can rotate at the joints. This enables various lighting situations – for the entire desk or only concentrated in one spot.
The »4+1« stool is unique in that you do not have to use any screws or glue to assemble it. The four wooden boards are simply placed and held together with a belt. This way, the stool is always easy to take apart and can be transported or quickly stored in a space-saving way. It only takes two minutes to assemble, and the only tools you need are your hands. The hole in the seat makes it easy to carry the stool around, as you can grab the belt as a handle.