guderian + klingmüller at DMY berlin 2010
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jun 20, 2010
guderian + klingmüller at DMY berlin 2010


‘toro’ trestle
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cologne and freiburg based designers arwed guderian and felix klingmüller,
who together form guderian & klingmüller  recently showcased their work at
DMY international design festival berlin 2010.



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‘toro’ designed by felix klingmüller is a scalable trestle that can carry a one-piece table
top as well as single planks. the horn-shaped elements give the top security by holding
it in place. the distance between the horns is scalable from 65 – 90 cm, allowing users
to vary the width of the table. ‘toro’ is made of CNC-milled plywood and sheet steel.



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detail


wide table top with ‘toro’ trestles


first cardboard mockup


second cardboard mockup


third cardboard mockup


‘luminary’ series

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the ‘luminary’ series by arwed guderian arc consists of three variants: ‘arcwork’,
‘arcbiblio’ and ‘arcfloor’. the luminaire height and the angle of reflection of the trapezoidal
lamp were chosen so that they provide light according to the respective needs of users.
the brightness can be dimmed from a comfortable to a diffuse setting. the lamp consists
of three components: powder coated aluminium, LG himacs (acrylic composite material),
high power LEDs. the ‘arc’ series come in combinations of various colours such as
red/venus green, white/ venus green, black/ venus green.


‘arc lightscreen’

according to the building-set principle the LG himacs elements isolate the two electrically
conductive powder coated aluminium arms and support the heat management.



‘arc control element’


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‘arcwork’, ‘arcbiblio’ and ‘arcfloor’


arckit


arc prototypes in paper, steel and wood


‘dot’

‘dot’ can be either used as a stool or an occasional table. its essential construction
is made of three wooden legs and a piece of sheet metal. the splay of the sheet metal stabilizes
the seating surface and builds the holder of the legs. ‘dot’ was developed by felix klingmüller
is available in two different heights: 44cm and 52cm.


‘dot’ stool/table

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top view

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top production


top production


top production


leg production


first prototype

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