...However during the Hölle Von Aschau, Siebenschläfer designer Christoffer Martens managed the unmanageable...
|Product type||Night table|
|Dimensions||Width: 48,2 cm
Depth: 18,6 cm
Height: 16 cm
|Colours||Powder coated aluminium
|Variants||Available as anodized or powder coated|
|Function & properties||Provides a perfect fit for the Moormann Siebenschläfer and Tagedieb - and possibly also for other beds if their frame thickness is 18mm.|
|Care||Anodized aluminium: particularly scratch-resistant and corrosion-resistant material, therefore easy to clean with water and a mild detergent.
Powder-coated aluminium: loosely adhering dirt can be removed with a soft cloth, if necessary remove with lukewarm water and a little dish washing detergent. Greasy or oily residues can be removed with a soft cloth and non-aromatic white spirit. Solvents can damage the powder coating, especially after a prolonged exposure or rubbing. Therefore always rinse with clean water. Never use scouring products!
|Sustainability||Production is carried out to 90% by regional suppliers|
Even if the Siebenschläfer/Tagedieb side shelf is "just" a supplement to the bed range of Nils Holger Moormann, they are classic Moormann products in terms of design, innovation and functionality. Just as Moormann's Siebenschläfer and Tagedieb beds can be easily, and tool free assembled, so can the one-piece aluminium side shelf be simply placed on the bed frame. Plug and play for the analogue world! And if the frame thickness happens to be 18mm, this easy night table can also be used on and with any other bed. Typical Moormann is also the functional, minimalist look: crafted from anodised or powder coated aluminium the Moormann side tables consist of a single, bent piece of metal and features a deeper shelf for books and a larger area for glasses, alarm clocks or the like: thus the Moormann side shelf fulfils all the functions of a classic night table without taking up unnecessary space.
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...Name: Christoffer Martens Born: Bremen, 1975 Alma mater: Product Design, University of Applied Science, Potsdam Internships: Alfredo Häberli, Zürich Products: Siebenschläfer for Nils Holger Moormann, Aschau im Chiemgau Spross for Nils Holger Moormann, Aschau im Chiemgau Obstrutsche for emform, Bockhorn Buchhalter Potbase (smow)blog: How did you arrive at product design?... (smow)blog: Your most commercially successful product is currently the bed Siebenschläfer for Moormann...
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