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Light, no waste, variation: the main features of TEN - a new and innovative collection by Conde House in cooperation with Berlin-based designer Michael Schneider. TEN, the Japanese word for sky, describes the concept of the light, almost airy design. Derived from aeronautical engineering of a sturdy skeleton and a lightweight skin, the chairs concept has been perfectly mastered by Conde House craftsmen. A comfortably flexible resin arm and back mounted on a solid wooden frame is a simple yet difficult to realize concept. The basic ideas of TEN are also incorporated in a range of tables matching the chairs concept. A tabletop , available in solid wood or melamine on a wooden base appearing both light and sturdy. Designed by Michael Schneider.
Armchair Upholstered Back (upholstered seat)
Walnut Natural

106 1/4"w 39 1/4"d 29 1/2"h Table
Walnut Natural


Michael Schneider
Michael Schneider
In a wide variety of work: designing products, furniture, and exhibition places, domestically or internationally, what he is pursuing is unique, beautiful, but practical designs endurable for daily use.

1962: Born in the south of Germany
1984 - 89: Studying the basics of product design under Richard Sapper, famous for designing IBM ThinkPad, at Stuttgart State Academy of Art and Design
1993: Establishing his own design office, “designschneider”, in Cologne
2009: Moving the office to Berlin
2013: Being a judge for Hong Kong Design Awards
2015: Being a judge for FURNEX Awards (Egypt’s international furniture trade fair)

History of awards: Interior Innovation Award, iF Design Award, Red Dot Award, Good Design Award, etc.
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