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1965

Bausystem
Design Hans Hopfer

sofabed

The sofa was full of accommodativeness. Comfort for two. And later on: A bed, a truly nice bed. Perfectly flat, no gap, no seam.

1967

Mobiliante
Design Hans Hopfer

The style of the young generation. Free, effortlessly, expandable.

1969

Player
Design Hans Hopfer

Cushions to play

Sometimes the seat-puzzle and other times the lying-pool make a pleasure of living. Therefore it is named mobilia player.

1969

Lounge
Design Hans Hopfer

Living Landscape

Consits of only three elements. It offers you a vast panorama having a lot of possibilities such as: to lie down, read, make love, sleep or dream, stretch yourself or just relax.

Breadth of elements 95 cm x 95 cm
Sitting-/Layingheight 18 cm oder 36 cm

1971

Depot
Design Hans Hopfer

program of box units

1972

Addition
Design Prof. Peter Biedermann

program of box units

We don't stack up or down. We stack box units, cupboards, chests of drawers. And we change them around, always something new, and always just right. This was mobilia addition.

1977

Tavel
Design Prof. Peter Biedermann

Extending table

1979

Ensemble
Design Rolf Heide

Upholstery

1981

Kubus
Design Nico van Houten

Upholstery

1982

Quarto
Design Christoph Böninger

Shelves

Semi-circle or quarter-circle

1984

Stick
Design Eduard Erenski

Wardrobe

1985

Ney-Toko
Design Karsten Neumann, Werner Haupt

Single- or Double-Bed

1987

Solo Hocker
Design Rolf Heide

Stool

1987

Solo Tischbock
Design Rolf Heide

Table-Stand

1988

Tokio
Design Jan Armgardt

Wardrobe

1990

Touched Bookcase
Design Jan Armgardt

Shelves

1990

alraune
Design Christian Frank

Shelves