Right from the start modern design with superior comfort was a priority. Characteristic of the Montis collection are its striking colour schemes in various unusual grades of leather and fabric, as well as its own original designs, which display a warm, human character. The company’s production method, whereby the frame of a chair or a sofa “gets given a jacket” was at the time novel and was what distinguished Montis from the outset.
The designers working for Montis inlcude Niels Bendtsen, Arnold Mercx, Marie Christine Dorner and Gert Batenburg. Since 2004 the design process has been steered by Paul van den Berg and there have also been designs by Dick Spierenburg and Karel Boonzaaijer. Since 2006 Montis has also collaborated with Studio Job, Alain Berteau and Demakersvan.
The combination of advanced production methods and a high level of manual craftsmanship means that Montis furniture is increasingly used in high-quality projects, namely hotels, restaurants, airports, car showrooms and conference rooms..
Montis will continue to search for new materials and techniques that can be used to design and develop surprising, innovative models that meet the highest and the latest quality requirements as well as new contemporary requirements. As an international brand Montis will continue to strive to be a reliable and committed partner and to build on the close collaboration it has developed with its international partners. Honesty, commitment and an eye for detail will remain its highest priorities.
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