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Contemporary furniture does not depend on traditional materials anymore. Besides wood, steel and plastics, new materials are emerging that have merely ever been used for our living environment. Now, an innovative composite of carbon and concrete offers new possibilities for furniture design.
Table Board »Flunder« - Inspired by nature
PAULSBERG »Flunder« – smart table boards and desk tops, sharing a striking flatness with their maritime namesake. The outstanding feature being a edge thickness of only 8 millimeters (25 millimeters in the center), they are available in three standard sizes, ranging from a single-desk to a classic meeting table.
The table boards are appropriate for indoor and outdoor use and are available in the colors concrete gray or mouse gray.
Coffee Table »Fruits« - Opposites attract
Opposites attract! Making use of this, the Coffee Table »Fruits« combines the different features of concrete and wood, creating a new quality of design. Only 6 millimeters thick, smoothly curved and complemented by a solid wood board, the table reveals the aesthetic value of the novel carbon-concrete-composite. The fruitbowl – aesthetic highlight with statical function.
As a Coffee Table, »Fruits« can be combined with furniture made of classic materials such as leather, wood or metal. The table is available in the colors concrete gray or mouse gray.
Information on PAULSBERG Furniture
PAULSBERG stands for products made of extraordinary material combinations. These works deploy materiality and shape in order to effect the viewer/user emotionally. The Dresden-based design studio creates, develops and builds furniture for indoor and outdoor use.
The first collection »Concrete is alive!« focuses on exploring the possibilities of concrete. Combined with carbon-textile reinforcements, extraordinary pieces of furniture emerge, taking the viewer by surprise. In April 2010, the International Forum Design in Hannover awarded a PAULSBERG prototype with the »material TRENDS award«.