Here's a trio of new designs from Sebastian Herkner which will be making their debut at the SaloneSatellite in Milan.
First up is 'Bask' - a series of paper yarn and steel objects to store things in - but turn them upside down and you can use them like small side tables too.
"On a trip to Spain I visited a great company producing yarns with paper. This was the starting point of the designs of the Bask collection." says Sebastian.
"Together with a basket-maker in Bavaria and the paper company, I developed a special paper and technique to use the yarns for three dimensional objects."
'Ander' are a collection of ash wood, steel and tinted glass tables inspired by funnels and cones.
The combination of materials and colours as well as the interaction between openess and closedness mean that the volumes afford space to put things.
And finally, Sebastian's 'Clip' chair, designed for Belgian firm De Vorm with functionality, simplicity and environmental-friendliness in mind.
The piece was designed so as not to waste any material during the production process; and the result is a classic, detail-oriented and solid chair made of selected, high-quality ash.