We have updated the colours for the FNP and Egal accessories. Instead of Light Yellow, Ice Blue and Moor Green, the clours Dusky Pink, So Blue and Brown 23 will be setting the tone in 2018. The Pressed Chair will also be showing new colours – Oh yellow for example, Just Green or Mister Mint.
Four slender steel legs ensure that the table is stably balanced. Which is, of course, not the real work of art. In fact it is the tense rope that makes the Seiltänzer march to a different drum.
Appears to be weightless, but it isn’t. Just like a Seiltänzer which translated means tightrope walker.
Our FNP shelf system – from now on also with FNP desk including drawer and pen spline.
Gestalten Verlag - publisher of our Werkbericht - is Grand Prix Winner Good Design 17.
The Moormann Brochure Vol. 11 receive bronze in the category corporate communication.
Many thanks to the juries - and to the agency Jäger & Jäger.
Nils Holger Moormann, an old acquaintance and many young designers.
Meet our Georg. When the other staff is busy with design, construction, profit targets, logistics, sales and accounting, our Georg almost exclusively takes care of quality assurance and the continuous improvement of our furniture. A wood technician by trade, Georg is a professional and knows what our customers expect of us. Therefore Georg tests all our products personally for customer satisfaction. For example he recently tested one of our Kampenwand tables for beer tent suitability. He recruited the eight women and 14 men in traditional dress, who he needed to test the table, from his closest circle of friends and, of course, he also provided the necessary safety accessories (a “must” in Bavaria). Our table came off somewhat worse for the wear. But thanks to Georg in the end we were able to sustainably improve the construction of the Kampenwand table, bearing these conditions in mind.
The classic FNP shelf as miniature construction set to assemble yourself to the scale 1:10.
Furniture designer und entrepreneur talks with Sabine Reeh for the ARD Alpha Forum.
We develop them, optimize them, test them, bring them to launch. And then?
We want to know how our furniture lives! And with whom!
This is Joachim, one of the best forklift drivers south of the river Main. He drives a Linde GS Turbo X – forklift (approved by the boss personally) to safeguard the wonderful Moormann furniture from all kinds of forklift damage. Joachim has been piling our stock high for a number of years, even very high and is a key cornerstone of the company. Of course Joachim fathered all his children in Moormann beds, which according to the country doctor Dr. Saubrechtl rank as one of the best in South Germany, when it comes down to reproducing real Bavarian children. Even Prussian children work out well in these fantastic beds, because the quality is what it should be. The Prussians may need more run-up, but the beds can take it!
This is Sebastian. He gets unbelievably happy when lots of people contact him looking for Moormann furniture. When Sebastian comes home to his girlfriend and dog in the evening, everyone asks him how many people have called or mailed to buy the great Moormann furniture. He has the furniture himself at home and adores his prized possessions. It is after all a high quality example of Bavarian production. And the sawmill is only a few kilometres away. And in the past ten years of production with roughly 15 guys sawing only about three fingers have been lost. That’s practically a German record! Sebastian is mentally prepared for approximately 250 calls and mails per day! Call him!
1 catalogue | 54 pieces of furniture | 1 photographer | 1 graphic designer | 11 meetings | 18 days photo shooting | 5 spotlights | 1,970 times flash triggered | 1 new logistics hall as a photo studio – 40 metres long, 5 metres high, 5 metres wide | 50 other photo locations around Aschau | 80,000 metres Gmund Lake Paper Pure Extra matt as custom-made product
Still no idea for carneval? We dress like a Gespanntes Regal.
The largest piece of furniture that we ever constructed ironically feels most at home in small spaces. Our Kammerspiel celebrates its debut on a compact 41 square metres.
A chip off the old block - our interlinking bed is nox also available for design conscious four-legged friends.
Nils speaks to Holger about Moormann – and his new standard class. On BR2 Kulturwelt.
We sent Moormann's New Standard Class to run in the Automotive Brand Contest 2016 and brought back the „Winner“ title in the category Interior. We are now training on the Aschau Burgbergring for the speed record…
The FNP aluminium compartment separations are delivered flat and are bend into form by hand. A package consists of two pieces, which are interlocking. When inserted into the FNP compartment, it provides an additional separating element.
Four years on the clock and still no gained gram on the beads. Happy 4th Birthday, Pressed Chair!
First it was the Tagedieb among his bed colleagues, who made a reputation for himself as the speedy assembler of his individual parts. Now he has literally topped that: the Tagedieb stacking bed. On top of each other, beside each other, under one another - what’s your preference?
Mr Moormann has always been unconventional. Runs his own guesthouse but prefers the flexibility of a camper to a hotel. But Nils Holger Moormann’s home on wheels must have that something special – and that’s now available as standard.
Unfortunately we can’t book creative high-altitude flights. If it doesn’t always work under your own steam, we‘ve got some start-up help. Beginning this week two flying objects from the artist Christina von Bitter will be buzzing around our romms. If you want to take off with us: Check-in for the round flight through the Moormann showroom in Aschau from Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. until 5 p.m.
51 pieces of furniture, 200 pages, 5 languages, one book. Our "Workreport" won its third award - the golden DDC Award!
Thank you very much!
Black square on white background. Now with a red dot. Our website www.moormann.de is winner of the Red Dot Award: Communication Design 2015. Many thanks to the jury – and of course to our agency CDLX!
London pays Bavaria a visit – Dezeen accompanied Nils Holger Moormann and the other curators and participants at the blickfang design workshop 2015 in Aschau. Their impressions, captured in moving pictures, can now be viewed online...
Some claim “Taurus” to describe the zodiac bull. Our “Taurus”, however, definitely is not an astrological sign or cattle, it is an intelligent trestle. At the moment this four-legged model, which owes its stable stand to a flexible stainless steel frame, is also one of the protagonists in a group exhibition in Antwerp. At the invitation of the Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerp the Cologne-based record label Apparent Extent has staged a temporary office there. According to the label “Taurus” had made it among their exclusive selection because it had often been a silent participant in creative talks in the past.
Culture shock...I don't think so – with this sort of friendly reception furniture from Upper Bavaria evidently feels at home in South Korea. Our retailer in Seoul didn't only make Egal, Bookinist, Egon & Co. key players in his current exhibition but even put them on a pedestal.
Alle Ähnlichkeiten mit existierenden Moormann-Möbeln sowie deren Produktnamen und Eigenarten sind voll beabsichtigt: Kommunikationsdesign-Studentin Katharina Niedermayer hat sich im Rahmen eines Semesterprojekts in die Welt von Trude, Else, Siebenschläfer und Co. versetzt. Ihre „Hommage an Nils Holger Moormann“ hat uns begeistert. Deshalb wollen wir sie auch Ihnen nicht vorenthalten.
If you always wanted to know where the Moormann products come from, feel free to pay us a visit in Aschau. Our company headquarters and showroom at the Festhalle is not only open to all visitors but there is always something new to be discovered. We look forward to seeing you!
This time it's all about a chest called Trude. Gripping from the cables to the rails.
The last presidium meeting of the German Design Council at our base in Aschau was dominated by the subject digitalisation. As a contrast we handed out an analogue camera to each of the presidium members. And they got busy shooting.Here is a selection of the insights andthe views of the German Design Council Summit 2014 from the perspective of thepresidium members.
Our chef recommends: A colourful steel kitchen by Popstahl on a linear FNP shelf. Garnished with colour coordinated drawers and practical accessories. The kitchen module comes in a breadth of 120 or 165 cm. The FNP shelf in black, white or red. Have you already made your choice?
For the ninth time the international GEO Saison jury visited dream dwellings throughout Europe and selected the most beautiful hotels in 2015 within 10 categories and from 23 countries. What an honour that our guesthouse berge managed to make it into the top 100 most beautiful hotels in Europe!
The German Design Award 2015 Personality goes to Nils Holger Moormann.
The district administrator’s office Rosenheim really gave us a grilling. The test covered not only our emissions, power consumption, processing methods and use of resources but also the lifespan of our products, waste management, transport routes, possible health hazards, occupational safety and the introduction of an environmental management system – to name but nine of the criteria. But at the end we had our green commitment in black and white: Nils Holger Moormann is a certified ÖKOPROFIT company 2014.
Not set in stone, but cast in concrete and weighing in at 1.8 kg: Nils Holger Moormann was awarded the Werkbund Label 2014. Heartfelt thanks!
There are those who claim that relationships lose that exciting feeling of tension over time. Our relationship to the taut shelf (Gespanntes Regal), however, is still just as marked by that unmistakable arc of tension as ever. And Wolfgang Laubersheimer, who created the shelf with the tightrope act in the early 1980s, still bends over backward for it himself: He produces the taut shelf with his own hands, even leaving his signature on one of the steel shelves as proof.
The taut shelf with its characteristic arched back has already racked up 30 years now. High time to follow suit for once: We bow before the oldest piece of furniture in our collection!
The Munich agency We Make Them Wonder transformed our offices and our guesthouse berge into a film set for a day. The result is not only – in our opinion – a very beautiful film but also the wonderful side effect that our quiet little Aschau appears in the same series as New York, Rio and Tokyo in the platform freundevonfreunden.com. Merci, thanks, danke, arigatou!
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