Michael Schwebius designer of Sticks for Schönbuch
Establishing layouts that are practical, excellent to take a look at and functional. This is just how Michael Schwebius develops his goals as a professional. After training as a woodworker and researching interior decoration in Flensburg, he started a job as designer in the furniture industry. Considering that 1987 Michael Schwebius has been a consultant; he functions and lives alongside a South German lake, the Chiemsee. His office worries itself with corporate layout as well as with international profession reasonable, indoor outfitting and product design. For Schönbuch Michael Schwebius made the STICKS coat stand and the STICKS MINI for the children's space.SchönbuchSchönbuch's directing principle. Innovative, practical solutions for the entry area are the firm's core proficiency. For a loft in the city, a hold in the country, an office or a commercial building with a certain purpose-- Schönbuch provides the excellent interior-furnishing idea with its corridor, garment storage space and device furnishings, individual items and interior add-ons. Every item satisfies the greatest craftsmanship, design and material requirements. Function is always the creative stimulation, and the impressive use of picked, refined colours is an aesthetic emphasize of the collection. No 2 entrance locations are alike in their structural functions or their users' demands. Schönbuch's answer to this almost endless spatial range and clients' just as diverse wishes is to offer a large choice of products in various models-- and to maintain its imaginative advancement unceasingly. The design of an entry area is functionally vital, however additionally has a presentational component. Schönbuch takes both of these into account, and always integrates efficient perks with a clear design statement. Entryways, lobbies and corridors are transformed into new, functionally planned home in which locals and site visitors alike feel welcome and content.Sticks WardrobeSticks is a closet by the designer Michael Schwebius and Schönbuch. Each wardrobe includes 6 gigantic 5-edges reduced, wooden rails. There is a level at the upper sides to hang clothing or wall mounts at. Schönbuch makes the outfit Sticks in the workshops of the Dominikus-Ringeisen factory in the Maria Bildhausen abbey, occupying disabled individuals as traditionally. Total furniture pieces along with furniture components for various Schönbuch programs arise there. Sticks are totally made out of timber. Schönbuch carries out the wardrobe in various wooden versions.TrunkBig shoe cabinet with compartments in door, to hold approx. 29 sets of shoes. Body painted, door painted or veneered in matt walnut, natural-grain matt elm or matt oak. Internal departments: 8 flat shoe shelves in door, 9 deep footwear racks in main body, with powder-coated aluminium surface.