K6
Christian Haas

K6
Always at your service

K6, the new trolley by Christian Haas – a stylish side table and distinctive accessory. This piece of furniture speaks of a person who knows a lot about a nomadic lifestyle. Christian Haas, born in Germany in 1974, lives and works in Porto, Portugal. He used to move frequently and has always been a traveller between continents. “In this case it’s an advantage to have furniture that adapts to all kinds of needs instead of the other way round,” says the industrial designer.

The new K6 trolley for Tecta is highly versatile thanks to its castors and can be rolled as a mobile side table to a sofa, dining table or through the office. Built out of chrome-plated or powder-coated round tubes, it features three trays that are removable – as a highlight – made of ash veneered plywood and can be added at different heights for a wide range of functions. It’s no coincidence that the handle out of open-pore varnished wood is a tongue-in-cheek nod to travel trolleys.

Clarity, practicality, elegant proportions – these hallmarks distinguish the K6 in Tecta’s collection and make it a poised accessory. A well-designed side table that always goes where you need it.

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Christian Haas, born in Germany in 1974, established his studio in 2000. Since then, he has designed products in multiple disciplines – from furniture and lighting to tableware, glassware and accessories. His design approach merges simplicity with elegance; his sense of aesthetics is driven by the harmony between subtlety, emotionality, longevity and uniqueness.

Christian Haas works for international brands such as Rosenthal, Karakter, Arita2016 and Tecta, as well as for select design galleries. His works have won the Red Dot Design Award and the Elle Decoration International Design Award. Notable works include the lighting edition ROPES, the multi-faceted furniture designs for the Japanese manufacturer Karimoku New Standard, as well as some of the most successful tableware series of the past ten years. Christian Haas lives and works in Porto, Portugal.