The Natural Strength of Wood

Bartmann Berlin presents three new products at imm cologne 2019

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The Natural Strength of Wood
11/12/2018 - Bartmann Berlin will participate in imm cologne 2019 launching three new products: the bookshelves, Tonus and Graph, and the chopping board set, Ragazzi.

Characterized by a blend of traditional craftsmanship and functional modern designs, Bartmann Berlin develops its products in-house, but also in partnership with external designers.

The three items are united by a common nude wood appearance, highlighting the natural strength of their wooden structures.

The freestanding Tonus shelf uses the elastic forces of shaped wood. In fact, when placing the shelves, the curved, slightly flexible braces stretch and stiffen the entire structure. As a result, Tonus can be set up quickly and without tools, and consists entirely of wood, free of screws and fittings. It works on its own and can be extended if necessary. Graph - Photos by Studio Amos Fricke

Graph - Photos by Studio Amos Fricke

Similarly, Graph, designed in collaboration with Studio Terhedebrügge, works as a small bookshelf as well as a floor-to-ceiling library. The simple installation ensures a quick setup with few wall connections. On a horizontal metal profile, the ash veneered sides are hung in regular intervals. The variable shelves made of aluminum sheet metal stabilize the structure and form, thanks to the different height of the rear walls, a lively color grid that highlights the contents of the shelf and clearly stands out from the wall. Ragazzi - Photos by Studio Amos Fricke

Ragazzi - Photos by Studio Amos Fricke

Whether as a chopping block or decorative cheese plate, with their various shapes and sizes, the Ragazzi cutting boards find attractive use in the kitchen and on the dining table. Made from untreated solid oak they are long-lasting home companions that age with dignity. Tonus - Photos by Studio Amos Fricke

Tonus - Photos by Studio Amos Fricke

Ragazzi - Photos by Studio Amos Fricke

Ragazzi - Photos by Studio Amos Fricke


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