Market Launch Embla, Design by Antonio Scaffidi
Our Embla seating series – made entirely of beech – is now available. Supremely appealing with sweeping lines, the frame and seat frame are made of solid wood, while the seat and back parts are crafted from bentwood.
Design and functional benefits.
These side and armrest chairs reveal their unique aesthetic appeal from all perspectives through the ingenious interplay of their delicate shapes and clear-cut, yet gently curved edges. The back support serves the dual purpose of design and structural detail. It is the end fitting for the rear legs, and connects the frame to a structural unit, resulting in a stable frame construction together with the seat frame’s cross bar. It is designed to carry the backrest, and the grip incorporated on the underside makes it much easier to handle and stack the chairs.
The seating is complemented by the design-matching Embla table series on column tables that are also made of solid beech.
Lupino never ceases to surprise!
Seat shells in two heights, now optionally available with higher armrests.
A functional alternative offering excellent support when taking a seat or getting up.
Instead of a separate seat pad, the upholstery is seamlessly incorporated in the seat frame, resulting in a hygiene-oriented variation that is easy to clean.
Flyer Lupino News21
¡Hola! Forever young – some chairs simply don’t grow old!
¡Hola! Colour – a firework of colours, now available with the back and seat in different colours.
¡Hola! Wood – featuring steel legs covered with wood, either beech or oak.
¡Hola! Table – table with matching design aesthetics complete this product family functionally
¡Hola! Black Edition – entirely in black, upmarket and classy
¡Hola! Hygienic – Featuring a hygienic concept geared towards a safe cleaning and disinfection.
Flyer ¡Hola! News21
Creva desk wins award
The Creva product family is on a run. Following the “German Design Award 2021” for the Creva soft series, the table series Creva desk, designed by the Cologne-based designer team kaschkasch, has been distinguished for its excellent design quality. The international expert jury of the “Iconic Awards 2021 Innovative Interior”, an association owned by the German Design Council, awarded the distinction “Winner” to the series 6800 Creva desk in the category Furniture.
Kusch+Co at the Airport Berlin Brandenburg
The lounge’s interior design could hardly be more appealing. With its 910 square metres and a capacity of more than 200 seats, the lounge Tempelhof raises the bar with regard to the overall comfort level. Furnished with Creva soft, the lounge offers extremely comfortable as well as visually and acoustically shielded seat units. All seats feature a USB charging connection. On top of this, the small seating arrangements with the armchairs Lupino invite the passengers to take a seat. The main attraction are the large floor-to-ceiling windows; from the Colani loungers, one has an excellent view of the airport apron. The exclusive Lounge Tempelhof is without a doubt an architectural highlight!
Creva soft award winner
Winner of the German Design Award 2021
We are happy to announce that one of our newest series has won the German Design Award 2021. The series 7900 Creva soft has received the “Special Mention” Award for “Excellent Product Design” in the category “Office Furniture”. Together with Florian Kallus and Sebastian Schneider from the design team kaschkasch, we are extremely happy about winning the “German Design Award 2021”. This much-coveted award ranks among the most renowned design prizes worldwide. Whoever is able to assert oneself against this stiff competition, has proven to be among the best in the furniture trade. A testimony to our work and to the good taste of our customers.
Series 7900 Creva soft
We have something against viruses, microbes and co.
The COVID-19 pandemic is pushing everyone to rethink their hygiene concept. The risk of transmitting infections has never been higher than it is today.
Unsuited furniture may be one of the reasons. Standard-issue furniture usually features open-pored surfaces or inaccessible spots that make a thorough disinfection almost impos sible. Add to this fact that the upholstery compound resp. fabrics are not always impervious to pathogens.
More hygienic safety!
In all public environments.
Not only hospitals, nursing homes, social institutions and other sensitive environments are looking for ways to offer an improved hygienic safety. This wish extends to restaurants, hotels, offices, schools, universities, airports … to all environments where pathogens can spread rapidly. Transmission occurs, for instance, through the contact surfaces on chairs and tables.
We have a long-time experience in the field of hygiene, and more specifically, with regard to cleaning and disinfection. When it comes to hygiene in contract environments, we have acquired a reputation as experts. Since 2006, we produce hygiene-oriented furniture.
The scope of the research project KARMIN (hospital architecture, microbiomes and infections in hospitals) was to develop a prototype for a new type of infection-preventive patient room.
In their capacity as an industrial partner of this scientific project, Kusch+Co furnished the mock-up patient room with their products. The outcome is slated to be unveiled to the international public at the Berlin World Health Summit in the autumn of 2020. Amongst others, the room features an armchair of the series 3600/3650 Arn: the hygiene experts extensively tested the mechanical cleanability of the plastic and aluminium surfaces. Arn passed with flying colours.
The flyer “Hygienic safety series 3600/3650 Arn” provides more information about the special hygienic properties.