Nils Holger Moormann
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‘Walden. Or, Life in the woods’ is the name of a story from the American writer and philosopher Henry David Thoreau, written in the mid 19th century, which describes his life and his relationship with nature. The concept of simple life influenced the garden-project fromNils Holger Moormann, which invites one to live outdoors.Determined garden-owners are able to store various tools such as shovel, rake and wheelbarrow in this ‘wooden box’ of unusual proportions. Easy goers have to decide whether to take a seat at the table in the seating cabin, or climb a ladder to the upper level. There it’s possible to enjoy the view or to stretch out and guess cloud shapes or count stars under the sliding sun roof. The obligation of a campfire is created in a swinging fire cauldron, and right beside it, the necessary space for firewood.As a whole, ‘Walden’ offers lots of room for things we associate with ‘garden’ and ‘outdoors’ and honours them with a layout, in which they can be seen: birdhouse and bird seed, flower pot and water can, grill utensils and picnic table.
The German Prize for 3-Dimensionality ‚The golden flame 2007‘ winner, Category: Themed environments - temporary architecture
2nd Rosenheimer timber structure award, selection committee appreciation, 2008
Nominated for the Design Award of the Federal Republic of Germany 2009
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Santa Claus. Christmas Bright!
You know the ins and outs of design and architecture? Then take part in our special Stylepark Christmas Contest. Be it chairs, luminaires, or living room accessories – this year there are once again any number of great prizes to be won.› To the article
Simple and smart –
perfect working from home
Working from home – a convenient alternative in today’s networked age. Working at the dinner table or cram heavy-duty desks is not necessary – considering the abundance of small, delicate, readily movable and well-designed alternatives. We present the best choices.› To the article
No tightrope walker: 5 questions for Nils Holger Moormann
Novelties ain’t everything. Last year Nils Holger Moormann played Ludo and didn’t bother going to Milan. This time he’s heading for the Salone, leisurely, with no furniture of his own.› To the article