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A timeless design by German designer Martin Hirth - graceful yet robust without affecting quality. It feels like it has always been there. And it’s there to stay.
Designer Martin Hirth, Germany (2018)
Material Powder coated steel frame in black, seat in black lacquered beech plywood, back in natural or black lacquered solid beech
Origin Made in the Netherlands
Height 76cm / 30"
Depth 47.5cm / 18.7"
Width 56cm / 22"
Seat Height 48cm / 19"
Seat Depth 42cm / 16.5"
Martin Hirth was born 1987 in Horb in the Black Forest (Germany) and graduated 2014 from the University of Art and Design Offenbach in product design. While still studying, he founded his own studio and worked additionally as assistant of designer Sebastian Herkner from 2011–2014. Martin Hirth’s numerous awarded designs – widely noticed by the international trade press – were already exhibited in Paris, Milan and Berlin. His work is characterised by a lightness of form and a conceptual stringency.
At Fest they believe beautiful, well-designed products can make people happy. That’s why they make high-end design accessible for a larger audience. They challenge the traditional furniture business and themselves. Their furniture collection is completely made in Europe - the majority even within The Netherlands and have their own design team and frequently invite guest designers to work with them.