Brunner presents the nate collection.
Brunner envisaged developing the wooden chair 2.0. Munich-based designer Steffen Kehrle proved to be the ideal partner for this. He too asked the same questions that were troubling the Brunner team – questions of values, responsibility, identity, usage and new possibilities. This lead to the development of the nate collection. The complete contract furniture collection with two lines, nate and nate s, includes stacking chairs, tables, standing tables, bar stools, stools and benches. You can find all the details in the new nate collection brochure.
nate celebrates the material wood in all its versatility. Sit down, lean back, put down your belongings on contact surfaces made of ultra-thin shaped wood charmingly paired with shaped solid wood that is pleasant to the touch. An innovative frame made of 100% recycled plastic combines components made of sustainable materials, resulting in a construction that uses no glue. It is just one of the many building blocks that make nate an exemplary sustainable contract furniture range that conserves resources and consistently focuses on re-usability and recyclability. The advantages and design options offered by the range are detailed on the product page for the collection.
nate s re-imagines nate's natural DNA with organic, comfortable contours and fine shaped-wood panel with a modern industrial design. The solid wood and plastic frame are replaced by a supporting structure made of slender round-section steel tube. The agile and particularly robust contract furniture is ideal for heavily frequented spaces that are subject to changing requirements such as in restaurants, the education sector and central areas in offices. Find out more about nate s here.
The nate collection was not created overnight. Brunner explains how the initial concept evolved over three years to become a sophisticated range of contract furniture on an inspiration page for nate and nate s. A glimpse into potential applications and nate in atmospheric settings is also provided.