Founded in 2012 by brothers David, Leon and Julian, Loehr is a Berlin-based company that designs furniture and objects—exclusively designed and made in Germany—under high-quality standards, responsive working conditions, and environmental awareness.
The entire collection stands out through its minimalism and attention to detail, but in this article I’d like to introduce you two pieces of furniture in particular; pieces defined by the designers as minimalism in balance.
Designed for public, reception and transit areas, but also easily used within a domestic environment, Euclides is a lounge chair with a spacious seat that is held in a seemingly floating position by a light tubular steel frame.
The Plato bench and ottoman—based on Euclides chair—carries its design concept to the extreme by merely positioning the seat on one point. Euclides and Plato can create a lot of possibilities and compositions as a group of several elements.
In a wide range of colours to choose, Loehr’s elegant furniture is also available in different dimensions and in a wide range of fabrics and leathers, as well as either powder-coated or mirror-polished frames.