Design Post Days
with Thomas Schnur
The joy was great when we invited our customers to the Tecta showroom in Cologne last week as part of the “Design Post Days”. Finally getting together again, having good conversations, presenting new products, spending time together. In a pleasant atmosphere with delicious catering and the inspiring supporting programme of the Design Post, the relief about the regained possibilities was great and joyful and lively days developed. The highlight was certainly the profound lecture by designer Thomas Schnur about the intensive cooperation with Tecta, which found a large audience and enthused them.
We would also like to take this opportunity to extend a warm welcome to our new fabric partner “rohi“, who inspires us with their quality and variety and who, incidentally, is also represented in the Design Post. Here’s to good cooperation and beautiful upholstered furniture!
The D14 is the latest new development from Tecta. The dining chair is clear in its form and restrained in its appearance. It seamlessly continues the long-standing tradition of Tecta’s classic chairs without back legs. The focus of the D14 is on comfort. To this end, it is equipped with a movement function that is as refined as it is simple.
Thomas Schnur, born in 1983, trained as a carpenter and then studied product design at Aachen University of Applied Sciences. During his studies, he worked for Mathieu Lehanneur in Paris and studied at the École Supérieure d’Art et Design de Saint Étienne. His work has been presented at numerous national and international design platforms: from imm Cologne to Maison et Objet in Paris to Salone del Mobile in Milan.