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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
designschneider was founded in 1993 by Michael Schneider in Cologne, and it moved to Berlin in 2009 when Jan-Patric Metzger joined the studio.

They are dedicated to product design focusing on furniture, tableware, and sanitary ware for international clients, and is committed to designing new products which are unique, beautiful, and functional.
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