Poetry of construction
The Split Chair is a reinterpretation of classical tubular steel furniture based on modern technologies. Through the combination between high-tech and low-tech, the latest 3D laser technology and traditional tube bending, a construction has been created that combines simplicity and material efficiency, in a poetic manner. The frame made of powder-coated steel tube and the seat made of felt padded, sturdy saddle leather make the stackable chair comfortable and sturdy.
(*1980 in Baden-Baden) is actually a communication designer. In 2006 – while still studying at the HTWG Konstanz – he worked at the renowned design studio Integral Ruedi Baur et associés in Paris.
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In Berlin, he began to realise his first products autodidactically. In 2010, he founded his own office, Daniel Lorch Industrial Design, which was later joined by the L&Z product brand. Since then, Lorch has designed award-winning luminaires, furniture and developed projects in the field of industrial and exhibition design.