Freedom for individual design

[more] presents CALA and LAZY SUSAN for PERO

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Freedom for individual design
19/07/2019 - Whether beautiful, high quality or practical, furniture is only truly valuable once it becomes a completely natural part of our everyday lives. That is what [more] aims for.
 
The team led by Bernhard Müller has been designing quality chairs, tables, beds and storage furniture for over 20 years now. “Our understanding of architecture in space has always guided us when coming up with new ideas. Our furniture is meant to allow freedom for individual design instead of dominating spaces,” says the architect and founder of more.
 
Now more present the new table CALA and a LAZY SUSAN to add on top of the PERO table.
 
Table CALA - An interior piece of art 
more, CALA table, Foto and Styling Peter Fehrentz and Sören Städe

more, CALA table, Foto and Styling Peter Fehrentz and Sören Städe

A piece of furniture can either blend discreetly into the background or be a striking eye catcher – just like the table CALA designed by Gil Coste. Solid wood and an organically curved frame: CALA has the look of an abstract sculpture with the wow factor.
more, CALA table, Foto and Styling Peter Fehrentz and Sören Städe

more, CALA table, Foto and Styling Peter Fehrentz and Sören Städe

Tabletop and frame are made from solid wood. Cala is available in different wood types, sizes, widths and color shades.
 
PERO and LAZY SUSAN - You spin me round!
more, LAZY SUSAN on PERO table round, Foto and Styling Peter Fehrentz

more, LAZY SUSAN on PERO table round, Foto and Styling Peter Fehrentz

Do you ever spontaneously invite your friends around for dinner? Despite one’s good intentions, it’s unfortunately a rather rare occurrence. More wants to change that. The newly designed Lazy Susan by Peter Fehrentz, is a rotating tray made of anthracite-coloured steel, which will liven up your PERO table and spark conversation. This means you can get into the swing of things and your guests will have everything at hand.
more, LAZY SUSAN on PERO table round, Foto and Styling Peter Fehrentz

more, LAZY SUSAN on PERO table round, Foto and Styling Peter Fehrentz

The tabletop is made from solid wood, frame and “lazy susan” are made of steel, anthracit lacquered. Available in different sizes, wood types and color shades.
more, LAZY SUSAN, Foto and Styling Peter Fehrentz

more, LAZY SUSAN, Foto and Styling Peter Fehrentz

Objects from more are conceptualized and manufactured to accompany their owners for years and even decades; inspired by clear ideas, surprising functionality and the timeless forms of modern classics.
 
We are convinced that substantial design must make no compromises when it comes to the quality of materials,” explains Müller. More therefore uses high-quality, natural and, whenever possible, organically produced materials – even for invisible components such as upholstery or bracing.

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