Although it would be wrong to say that we misled you in saying that there would be no Moormann furniture at IMM Cologne. There was one piece. A brave, young Strammer Max Not in Cologne however as representative of his designer or producer, but as the Global...
|Height: 43 cm
Width: 41/44 cm
Depth: 26/30 cm
|FU (birch plywood)
Rope: polyester, red
Stabilising rod: untreated ash
|Function & properties
|The ash-rod can be replaced by any object of the correct size
Attention: FU (Plywood, birch) is a high-quality, industrially produced multi-layer product with a protective film covering. Variations in colour and structure in addition to small scratches are always possible!
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|For cleaning the wooden surfaces a soft, damp cloth and a mild, neutral detergent are recommended.
|The sustainability of Moormann products largely results from the use of natural materials and their processing into durable, often modular, products which offer the user the chance to adapt and modify them as required. For transporting and distribution an emphasis is placed on achieving small packing sizes and only using recycled / recyclable packaging material. Production of Moormann furniture is completed by regional workshops within a 40 km radius of the company headquarters in Aschau im Chiemgau.
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Strammer Max by Max Frommeld for Nils Holger Moormann can be used as a side table or as a stool and once again proves the "flexibility" of the German manufacturer. Consisting of three multiplex panels and a central cross-connection bar, the Moormann object achieves its stability thanks to a taut rope. A taut rope which is held such through the service of a small ash rod - a little helper which can be switched for any other item of the correct dimensions, thus personalising your Strammer Max. The stool or side table Strammer Max is, as with all Moormann furniture, characterised by its clear lines, functionality, flexibility and intelligence. The Bavarian company was founded in 1982 by Nils Holger Moormann and places special emphasis on natural materials and local manufacturing.
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