Christine Kröncke Interior Design is a German brand specializing in high-end furniture, accessories
, and lighting
. Founded in 1974 by designer Christine Kröncke in Munich, the company is now a leading brand in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and is present in selected international markets. The key to Christine Kröncke Interior Design's success can be traced to the uniqueness and customization of its proposals, while set within a coherent stylistic framework. The brand focuses on the choice of fine materials and contemporary design that is at the same time untethered from current trends and fashions. In addition to collaboration with reputable designers, the company relies on a state-of-the-art in-house design office, equipped with the latest digital devices for the client to view designs. The company takes care of clients' needs in every respect, whether they are individuals or designers, accompanying them at every stage of the process, from the individual room to the entire building, even in the after-sale. Products from the Christine Kröncke Interior Design catalog furnish prestigious locations, such as hotels, libraries, and diplomatic headquarters in Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, and the United States.
Christine Kröncke Interior Design seating and beds
in the Christine Kröncke Interior Design catalog share a refined style, dictated not only by their formal language, but by their choice of upholstery. The collection of leathers and patterned or plain fabrics is characterized by a high level of quality, which guarantees durability. Another feature is the solidity of the structures, from solid wood frames to steel suspension. Art Deco suggestions for the Cedar armchair
, designed by Gesa Höltje, thanks to its generous volumes and rounded lines, while the armchair and dormeuse from the Nona collection
exhibit a mid-century style because of its geometric shell and slender slanted feet. Among the sofas
, we retrace the 1990s style with the Delano leather sofa
, designed by Peter Wernecke, with its generous dimensions and squared-off volumes, or we return to the present day with the contemporary suggestions of the Ophelia sofa
, also designed by Gesa Höltje. The Easy pouf
collection is distinguished by its volume slightly tapered downward, and by the refined detail of the black lacquered support base. Easy is available in two different sizes, and can be declined as desired by choosing fabric or leather from the exclusive Christine Kröncke Interior Design collection. Wide choice for the chairs
, ranging from classic dining table chairs such as DIVA, designed by Andreas Weber, to the more modern upholstered Jaro 100 chairs, declined in versions with or without armrests, also suitable as end chairs or for waiting rooms. Sophisticated design for the Plaisir bed
, whose upholstered shell rests on slender metal supports, declined in chrome or powder-coated smoke-brown or black versions. Design by Andreas Weber.
Christine Kröncke: tables, desks and furniture systems
Completing the Christine Kröncke Interior Design catalog are tables
, and furniture systems
. The Porto extending wooden table
, design Michael Schneider, stands out for its extreme attention to detail. Exquisite is the curve of the solid wood legs, which are seamlessly welded to the frame, on which the solid wood top, characterized by an elegant thin thickness, rests. The table is customizable in size and finish. Among the desks, the light and graceful silhouette of Béla
, designed by Stephan Veit, stands out. The top, made of veneered wood, rests on slender tubular steel legs, is equipped with an under-top drawer and two storage compartments located on the sides of the top, and is finished with a band on the contour. Also part of the collection is the Béla console table, characterized by the same formal language. Also among the consoles, the Lilac collection, designed by Andrea Weber, stands out; it combines suggestions of the past, given by the crescent shape, with contemporary taste, thanks to the purged lines and glossy lacquer finish, declined in different colors. Extraordinary is the design of the Trio coffee tables
, signed by Stephan Veit, which allows the top to be superimposed on the seat of the sofas, for maximum comfort. The round top, equipped with a raised edge, rests on a circular tubular steel base with a rectangular cross-section, through a single vertical upright. The GAP 2.0
collection is a true coordinated furniture system designed by Stephan Veit and made of MDF with a lacquered or veneered finish. The line includes sideboards and sideboards, the latter in both free-standing and suspended versions. Refinement at the highest level for the Shape collection
, also by Stephan Veit, which imagines a series of sideboards and a bar cabinet suspended on a high support, interior glass shelves and doors in brass or veneered wood that represent true works of art.