Set to be showcased in Milan next month, German designer Thomas Schnur‘s ‘Stand up’ furniture collection embraces the notion of using furniture freely throughout the home, instead of assigning it one particular function and location.
The ambiguous pieces in Thomas Schnur’s ‘Stand up’ collection deliberately avoid aligning themselves with one specific location in the home
The side table is equally at home standing in the shower as it is next to the sofa; the curtain can be used to partition off an area within any open space, while the platforms and compartments of the multi-tiered shelving make personal items easily accessible in any space.
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About the manufacturer: German designer Thomas Schnur lives and works in Cologne. After his apprenticeship as a joiner he studied product design at the University of Applied Sciences in Aachen. At that time he worked for designers such as Mathieu Lehanneur in Paris and studied at École Supérieure d’Art et Design de Saint Étienne. His work has been shown on numerous stages of design including IMM Cologne, Maison et Objet in Paris, the Salone del Mobile in Milan, ICFF in New York and at BODW in Hong Kong. In 2014 Thomas was nominated for a German Design Award as well as Designpreis der Bundesrepublik, Deutschland.