Aesthetics, purism and the highest finishing quality: furniture from COR has its own, unmistakable lines. We lend stature to this principle. It lives in every piece of
furniture, wherever people appreciate beauty, comfort and functionality. Its secret? The combination of a willingness to innovate and traditional craftsmanship. Our designers and employees create values in a forward-looking design, free of trends and fashions.
The quality of our furniture is down to one single factor: we take our time. From the first sketch on a draughtsman's pad to the final stitch. Time and top-quality materials. Yes, there is a degree of mechanisation but ultimately the furniture maker is in the hands of a skilled workforce. It is the craftspeople who dowel and tenon the wood frames, check and sew the leathers and fabrics. The eye does not
see such precision work at first glance, but you can enjoy it for years just by sitting.
We demand the highest possible quality for all our materials. Everything comes under the microscope - including our suppliers. Renowned tanneries, mills and printers supply us only with their very best products. Leather, woolen materials, cotton fabrics and synthetic fibres. We prefer wood from local forests and for the metal we only select the best available materials, too. You can sense it
the moment you sit down.
Economics without ecological ideals? Not for COR.
In 1995, and again in 1998, we were the first company in the furniture industry to pledge itself to taking the greatest possible consideration of mankind and nature in
the manufacture of its products. To that end we use raw materials from renewable sources, look to enviromentally consistent procurement of materials and logistics, seek to avoid and reduce harmful emissions and waste, and to increase recycling. We are also part of an open forum on environmental matters. With us "environmental protection" is more than just a beautiful phrase, it is another measure of the quality of our beautiful furniture.