German industrial manufacture company Hasenkopf produces modern design pieces by experimenting with shape and materials. The team of architects and designers create the Design Characters collection in which they completely dedicate themselves to making innovative furniture design. The series represents an experiment with different forms, materials and techniques that results into unique individual design ideas. Its purpose is to go beyond the limits and provoke designers to consider new possibilities and solutions.
Several famous designers and architects take part in the innovative furniture design collection of the Hasenkopf company. They develop their own ideas on kitchen, bathroom and workspace modern design, each having an individual character. Among the designers are Stuart A. Veech with his Hydra XXL, Paul Flowers with Workflow, and Titus Bernhard and Peter Martin with their collaboration on Twister and Swan.
Hydra XXL is an innovative furniture design piece for the bathroom. It is a combination of a shower, bathtub and washbasin.
These elements’ individual functions are brought together to create a unity between essential bathroom features. The furniture piece has an elegant bended shape with a smooth black and white surface which expresses its minimalist, modern character.
Swan is another piece of innovative furniture design for the bathroom. It serves mixed functions like the Hydra XXL. It is a combination of a shower and bathtub, its shape inspired by the graceful bird it takes its name after. The design implies a smooth flow of form with its purity highlighted by the completely white surface.
Twister and Workflow are another part of the Design Characters collection. These innovative furniture design pieces are products of collaboration. The Twister is a kitchen module with a lightly curved shape. It represents the connection between cooking and eating in the kitchen through a clean white design. The Workflow also implies a certain flow of actions with its combined desk and library function. It is a workstation consisting of shelves that descend to the desk bringing the knowledge they contain down to the person sitting on it. The design has a fresh green and white finish for livelier environment.