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The desks in the Heike Falkenberg’s "M-Line" series also set the tone in her own home.
9/4/2017
The “Haus Rheder II” was nominated for the German Design Award and honored with international prizes.
The “Haus Rheder II” was nominated for the German Design Award and honored with international prizes.
© Hund Möbelwerke
The “Haus Rheder II” was nominated for the German Design Award and honored with international prizes.

In Brakel in northern Germany interior designer Heike Falkenberg has created a bright retreat for herself on the banks of the small Nethe River. With a total of 90 square meters, the interior of “Haus Rheder II” blends perfectly with the architecture and is pared down to the essentials: The two desks she designed for Hund Möbelwerke, namely the “M-Desk” (in white) and the “M-Media” (with brown leather covers) create the visual mainstays of a living room that opens ut onto nature.

From the “M-Desk” with its container base on one side there’s a free view out through the sliding French windows of the landscaped park outside. Although the desk offers a lot of storage space and boasts a large top, it nevertheless seems pleasantly light and elegant. The edges angle 60° inwards so that the top appears less solid. By contrast, “M-Media” is an ideal second desk in the room; with its clear lines and a shape that is open on both sides it is predestined for working alone or for meetings. The stainless steel base can be positioned parallel to the top or at an angle of 90° and doubles up as the cable duct. All the electrical media disappear invisibly beneath the so-called “e-flap” in the table top. The flowing linkage of inside and outdoor worlds, and the combination of architecture and interior fit-serve to place the furniture in the limelight. The bedroom and the bathroom at the back are concealed by floor-to-ceiling sliding wooden dividing walls that seem to blend with the floor to form a seamless unit. For the “Haus Rheder II” design Heike Falkenberg was nominated for the German Design Award and honored with international prizes such as the “A'Design Award & Competition” (Italy) and the “American Architecture Prize” in Bronze. (am)

Optical anchor: The desks of the "M-Line" series by Heike Falkenberg in "Haus Rheder II".
Optical anchor: The desks of the "M-Line" series by Heike Falkenberg in "Haus Rheder II".
© Hund Möbelwerke
Optical anchor: The desks of the "M-Line" series by Heike Falkenberg in "Haus Rheder II".
From the “M-Desk” with its container base on one side there’s a free view out through the sliding French windows of the landscaped park outside.
From the “M-Desk” with its container base on one side there’s a free view out through the sliding French windows of the landscaped park outside.
© Hund Möbelwerke
From the “M-Desk” with its container base on one side there’s a free view out through the sliding French windows of the landscaped park outside.
M-Media” is with its clear lines and a shape that is open on both sides predestined for working alone or for meetings. All the electrical media disappear invisibly beneath the so-called “e-flap” in the table top.
M-Media” is with its clear lines and a shape that is open on both sides predestined for working alone or for meetings. All the electrical media disappear invisibly beneath the so-called “e-flap” in the table top.
© Hund Möbelwerke
M-Media” is with its clear lines and a shape that is open on both sides predestined for working alone or for meetings. All the electrical media disappear invisibly beneath the so-called “e-flap” in the table top.

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