A collection of bold furniture pieces that merge design, architecture and art.
German design brand Bannach makes high-quality, Bauhaus-inspired furniture pieces that merge design with architecture and art. Founder Moritz Bannach established the Berlin-based company in 2018 and soon after launched the Uno collection of tables. A great example of the brand’s signature style, the tables feature a simple, geometric forms and a clear visual language enriched with a dynamic use of bold colors. The Uno collection comprises four dining and conference table designs: Abbondio, Modesto, Elio, and Alerio. While different, the tables share the same defining feature: two sets of crossed legs that support the top. All of them feature vibrant color combinations. Following the success of the first collection, which has received the German Design Award, Bannach has introduced four new designs.
Sculptural and eye-catching designs.
Designed by Moritz Bannach, the Arco coffee table uses simple geometry to optimize both function and visual impact. Two cuboid shapes intersect to create storage spaces on different levels. Bright colors enhance the eye-catching design further. The company offers the coffee table in several versions, including in two Ettore Sottsass finishes: red and orange or checkered laminate. Made from lacquered MDF, Arco also comes in other color combinations or with selected real wood veneers.
Also designed by the brand’s founder, the Ciro stool is sculptural and minimalist. It features square-shaped elements that intersect to create cuboid forms. Crafted from solid wood with an oiled finish, the stool boasts a soft seat made with Viennese rattan mesh. Ciro comes in natural or black stained oak, walnut, Douglas fir, or in a range of selected colors. Apart from the Arco coffee table and the Ciro stool, Bannach has also launched the Agatha console and the Etta series of vases, both of them designed by Julius Heinzl. Like all other Bannach products, the new series comes to life through a combination of sustainable manufacturing techniques and traditional craftsmanship. Finally, the company collaborates with artisan workshops in Germany and Italy to produce the designs. Photographs © Bannach.