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Rattan & Wicker by Hettler.Tüllmann

HETTLER.TÜLLMANN present their new ‘Rattan & Wicker’ series. Rattan with a new twist : the versatility of rattan allows for both structural strength and organic freedom. The material can be given shape, but can also prove to be its own guide. Rattan’s warm, light nature, its high stability but...
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HETTLER.TÜLLMANN present their new ‘Rattan & Wicker’ series. Rattan with a new twist : the versatility of rattan allows for both structural strength and organic freedom. The material can be given shape, but can also prove to be its own guide. Rattan’s warm, light nature, its high stability but especially its quality as a sustainable resource makes it attractive to use in a variety of design approaches.

This fruit of the collaboration between designer Katja Hettler and architect Jula Tüllmann is part of the Berlin Design Selection exhibition at Ventura Lambrate during this year’s Milan Design Week.

We recognize once more the signature of this Berlin-based studio – founded in 2005 – by using low environmental-impact material and elements easily recyclable and re-introducing them into modern life. The concept stays minimalist and is always looking for high-functionality and emotional impact.

The traveling Berlin Design Selection is an initiative of Projekt Zukunft and the Berlin Senate Department for Economics and Technology, and is organized by Dynamo Design Berlin e.V., in cooperation with DMY Berlin.

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