Schellmann Furniture,<br/>Munich

Schellmann Furniture,
Munich
, 2008
imm Cologne

imm Cologne, 2010
Qubique Furniture fair,<br/>Berlin

Qubique Furniture fair,
Berlin
, 2011
imm Cologne

imm Cologne, 2013
7 Studies, Munich

7 Studies, Munich, 2013
Moroso Showroom, Fuorisalone,<br/>Milano

Moroso Showroom, Fuorisalone,
Milano
, 2015




 
 
 
Schellmann Furniture,<br/>Munich, 2008


Schellmann Furniture,
Munich
, 2008
First presentation of furniture designed by
Jörg Schellmann

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imm Cologne, 2010


imm Cologne, 2010
participation at imm Cologne

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Qubique Furniture fair,<br/>Berlin, 2011


Qubique Furniture fair,
Berlin
, 2011
Furniture Fair at Berlin Tempelhof Airport

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Qubique Furniture fair,<br/>Berlin2, 2011


 
 
 
imm Cologne, 2013


imm Cologne, 2013
After 2010, second participation at imm Cologne

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7 Studies, Munich, 2013


7 Studies, Munich, 2013
7 Studies - an exhibition at the Schellmann Furniture Showroom Munich, Hohenzollernstra?e 29 (June through December 2013).
Four designers and three artists presented different ensembles constisting of a table, a chair and a shelf as today%19s workplaces, whether for one person or a team, to sit or to stand.


7 Studies exhibition catalog, 120 pages
with works by Bouroullec, Diez, Gillick, Judd, Merz, Schellmann, Wrong
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Tyde Stand-up / Sit-down Table
7 Studies - R + E Bouroullec

R+E Bouroullec, Paris (born in 1971 and 1976 respectively), exhibit Tyde, a variable and combinable stand-up or sit-down table tailored to digital work in an office context.



Tyde Stand-up / Sit-down Table, 2013
Powder-coated MDF top in basic dark,
metal frame powder-coated in basic dark,
3D screen in dark gray polyester fleece
(numerous variants in color and equipment)
Dimensions: table 160 x 80 cm or 180 x 90 cm,
65 - 125 cm high;
3D screen 160 x 80 cm or 180 x 90 cm
Produced by Vitra Details


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Tyde Stand-up / Sit-down Table
 
CHASSIS Chair (for Schellmann)
7 Studies - Stefan Diez

Stefan Diez, Munich (born in 1971), presents a meeting and working place consisting of a newly developed table and a handcrafted modification of CHASSIS, a chair industrially produced by Wilkhahn. In a post-production process, the chair was modified by galvanizing the frame and fitting it with leather upholstery; it is now being produced as a model of its own, the CHASSIS Chair (for Schellmann).



CHASSIS Chair (for Schellmann), 2013
Deep-drawn sheet metal, electrolytically galvanized
or powder-coated
Dimensions cm:
54.5 wide x 58 deep x 78 high
Colors:
Support: electrolytically galvanized in blue / yellow /
olive green / black or powder-coated in yellow / red /
olive green / black
Upholstery: naturally tanned leather, plain / perforated leather yellow / perforated leather black / plain fabric / delicately mottled fabric


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CHASSIS Table (for Schellmann)
7 Studies - Stefan Diez

Stefan Diez, Munich (born in 1971), presents a meeting and work place consisting of the CHASSIS Chair  and a newly developed corresponding table. This universal table can be transformed into a desk through a clamp. Its function is to hold various plugs, power supplies and cables that are thus elegantly passed from the floor to the tabletop.



CHASSIS Table (for Schellmann), 2013
Laser-cut sheet metal, powder-coated
Dimensions cm:
Overall size: 276.5 long x 96.5 wide x 74.5 high
Board: 270 long x 90 wide
Bracket: 40 wide x 32.5 deep x 11.5 high
Colors:
black gray / papyrus white / greenish gray / yellow / red
Table top made of powder-coated MDF; table dismountable


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CHASSIS Table (for Schellmann)
 
Furniture System
7 Studies - Liam Gillick

Liam Gillick, New York (born in 1964), presents three pieces of furniture from a Furniture System projected to consist of eight fundamental, orthogonal objects; each of the elements is produced in a different colour from a total of eight.



Furniture System, 2013
Aluminum 4 x 4 cm, powder-coated
Dimensions cm:
Desk: 180 long x 90 wide x 74 high
Bench: 180 long x 40 wide x 44 high
Shelf: 166 high x 100 wide x 40 deep
Colors:
each piece of funiture powder-coated
in a different color to be chosen out of eight
determined colors
(illustrated here: cream / violet / turquoise blue)


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Furniture System
Eight pieces of aluminum furniture;
each comes in a different color, to be chosen out
of eight determined colors

Production in progress

 
Standing Writing Desk
7 Studies - Donald Judd

By Donald Judd, New York und Marfa (1928–1994), we show a standing desk from 1984 as a quotation from his body of furniture. Like many of his other pieces of furniture, its simple formal language had a considerable impact on present-day artists and designers.



Standing Writing Desk, 1984
Pine
Dimensions cm: 150 wide x 120 deep x 90 high


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Standing Writing Desk
 
Standing Writing Desk
 
Studiolo
7 Studies - Gerhard Merz

In 2008, Gerhard Merz, Pescia (born in 1947), presented a large study (Studiolo) at Schellmann Furniture; it is now incorporated into the present exhibition with drawings.



Studiolo, 2008
Bookcase
(illustrated here: red lead)
Painted MDF, black glass and painted glass
Dimensions cm: 180 high x 300 wide x 40 deep
Glass colors: red lead / naples yellow / ivory black /
dust gray / roman ochre / cobalt green
Limited to an edition of 10

Produced and distributed by Schellmann Furniture


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Studiolo
Desk
Painted MDF and Opti-White glass
Dimensions cm: 270 long x 90 wide x 75 high
Color: Dust gray
Limited to an edition of 10

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Studiolo
Light
Circular fluorescent Lumilux 11 light fixtures,
dimmable
Dimensions cm:
Light fixures: 60 long each
Overall size: according to the ceiling surface;
illustrated here: 430 cm Ø
Limited to an edition of 10

Produced and distributed by Schellmann Furniture

 
Studiolo
7 Studies - Jörg Schellmann

Jörg Schellmann, Munich (born in 1944), has executed a design from 2008, a Study that is both space and furniture at the same time. It can serve as a private work cell, or in greater numbers in an open-plan office it can define various workplaces and traffic areas.



Studiolo, 2010
Tube steel construction with MDF
Dimensions cm:
300 long x 200 wide x 200 high
Colors:
Steel: gray-white, zinc yellow, pure orange or traffic blue
MDF: gray-white, stone gray or slate gray


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Studiolo
»I envision a simple study, a private refuge with the most important items needed for work within reach. A cell that is set off from the surroundings and is an abode for the person and their thinking.«
 
Studiolo

 
Freud´s Study
7 Studies - Sebastian Wrong

Sebastian Wrong, London (born in 1971), makes reference to Sigmund Freud's legendary study in London in an associative, artistic manner with his ensemble consisting of shelf, chair and table.



Freud´s Study, 2013
 
Sigmund´s Chair
Chair: oak, plywood, plastazote foam
Dimensions cm: 780 high x 690 wide x 460 deep
Rug: Persian Qashqai, wool
Dimensions cm: 1600 long x 700 wide
Edition of 4 + 1 AP

Red Round Table
Red polyurethane rubber, MDF, aluminum
Dimensions cm: 613 high x 590 wide  x 590 deep
Edition of 5 + 1 AP

Red Corner Table
Red polyurethane rubber, MDF, aluminum
Dimensions cm: 613 high x 424 wide x 590 deep
Edition of 5 + 1 AP

Perspective Shelf
MDF, veneer, black paint
Dimensions cm: 95 high x 190.8 wide x 34.3 deep
Prototype


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Freud´s Study
The linking aspect of these three objects is centred around Sigmund Freud´s iconic couch and in particular the Persian Qashqai rug that covers the couch. Freud, described as a dark and nocturnal man, wrote "I feel within me a strange secret impulsion towards the orient and Mediterranean, maybe due to my ancestral heritage."
 
 
 
 7 Studies Show
7 Studies exhibition catalog, 120 pages
with works by Bouroullec, Diez, Gillick, Judd, Merz, Schellmann, Wrong

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Moroso Showroom, Fuorisalone,<br/>Milano, 2015


Moroso Showroom, Fuorisalone,
Milano
, 2015
Exhibition Vis-à-Vis, Design Meets Art, at the Moroso Showroom, Milan.
Designs by Jörg Schellmann for Moroso shown in the
context of artworks that have influenced the designers
formal vocabulary: Daniel Buren, Liam Gillick, Donald
Judd and Gerhard Merz. In a separate room, furniture
by other Moroso designers shown with artworks by
Gilbert and George, Peter Halley, Cindy Sherman and
Rosemarie Trockel.

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Moroso Showroom, Fuorisalone,<br/>Milano2, 2015