Salone del Mobile
16 – 21 April 2024

We would like to invite you to visit us at the Salone del Mobile in Milan this spring. You will find us from 16 to 21 April 2024 in Hall 24, Stand M06.

We will be presenting the new Tecta models “Hatch” and “Reversal Chair”, which we developed together with the Berlin duo Geckeler Michels and the Swiss designer Juri Roemmel. In addition, the new and innovative wicker materials with which the Tecta collections can be rediscovered.

We look forward to seeing you again!

Eagerly awaited
Cooperation with PB 0110

Our brand new collaboration with the PB 0110 label by Philipp Bree not only gives the classic D4 by Marcel Breuer a new shine – you can look forward to it!


PB 0110 is a bag and accessories label by Philipp Bree. He started thinking about his own brand in 2012, founded PB 0110 and left the family business BREE. In January 2013, he presented his first collection in Berlin and Paris.

Philipp Bree believes in the importance of beloved objects, things that develop individuality through daily use, that grow close to our hearts and become beloved companions over time. The bags and accessories are made exclusively from certified European leathers, pure linen and brass. Ideal materials that become even more beautiful and gain character over time. Made by selected European manufacturers with generations of experience in the production and processing of high-quality materials.

Playfully light
“Prism” stool by Pascal Hien

The new product “Prism” by Pascal Hien is a solution for nomadic working and making a statement in the room: the stool diffuses light and creates possibilities: Modularity meets combinability.

“There’s a punchline to this new piece of furniture,” says Pascal Hien with amusement. “Tecta is a cat family – and the Tecta Cat immediately moved into the stool.”

This may be due to the special shape devised by the designer from Berlin. There is a nod to Prouvé – the circular radius. A reminder of the French designer, but not a provoked one. Because the inspiration for the new, uncomplicated seating furniture was a different one. Pascal Hien comes from the office world, that cosmos in which flexible spaces are needed in which workshops and meetings take place, sometimes with five, but also with 50 people.

For these situations, Pascal Hien had thought of a stool that could later be stacked and retracted into a corner. It has become much more than that. Firstly, a place that is perfect for nomadic working. The hollow space under its seat can be used to elegantly store a jacket and bag. At the same time, it makes a statement in the room with its diamond shape and striking mouldings. The edges are folded and allow dimensions and colour shades to become tangible. The circular radius is a simple but graphically strong gesture. It turns the furniture into a sculpture and reduces the weight of the 4 mm thick aluminium sheet to the desired manageability. The colours, which range from trendy to homely, can be played with to great effect. Once Prism has been used, it doesn’t need to hide away again – you can use it as a sidetable or build an entire room divider from it. Modularity and combinability, a new alliance. And that brings us straight to the inspiration: for the Diamond, Pascal Hien thought of reliefs, which were the inspiration for him. Combinable shapes used by artists such as Karl Heinz Adler or sculptor Erwin Hauer for his openwork, light-diffusing walls. There are five colour variations for the small, clever object. A chameleon that can change its possibilities again and again. Even as a cat cave – well, why not?

Pascal Hien graduated from the UDK Berlin in 2014, after which he received a design scholarship at the Fabrica Research Centre in Italy. His professional experience includes working for Steelcase Inc. and Konstantin Grcic. In 2023, he founded the Pascal Hien Office for Design, which offers expertise in industrial, exhibition and concept design. His goal: to create meaningful design with an honest, responsible and reflective approach. In 2016, Pascal was selected as one of Wallpaper* magazine’s top graduates. His most recent project, Migo, was included in the permanent collection of the London Design Museum.