Richard Maas||||||||||Markus Jehs (r) and Jürgen Laub (l), photographed at Orgatec|Characteristically simple. the A-chair makes other designers jealous|Shrimp, for Cor, whose segmented shape was inspired by the crustacean|Brunner’s Hoc bench and table presents a curvy, sculptural profile|The Stelton clock, with its moving rim, breaks with J+L’s usual lack of whimsy|Rounded upholstery meets a rigid frame for Wilkhahn’s Asienta chair|Wilkhahn’s Graph chair now has a suitably virile-looking matching table|The slender and elegant Leo MK2, a task light for Italian brand Nemo|Talk, a table system for boardrooms and conferences, made by German firm Renz||
22 Nov 2012

Jehs + Laub: one step beyond

Words by James McLachlan

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