Tobias Juretzek

Rememberme Chair, 2011

Textiles, metal H 80.5 x W 42 x D 52 cm
Casamania
Loan: Volker Albus
Photo: Max Zambelli/Stylist, Beatrice Rossetti Studio, © Casamania

Trousers, shirts, and skirts, the old leftover items of clothing. Broken, worn out, too big, too small – no longer wearable. But full of memories. It is a shame to throw them out, to give them to recycling collectors. Pressed into new shapes, into chairs, they can still be "owned" and used. With all the memories

After studying at the School of Arts and Design Kassel, Germany, and working freelance for Studio Makkink & Bey, and others, Tobias Juretzek founded his own design studio in 2011. His works are both experimental and also the result of his fascination for technologies, materials and forms. On this basis a playful approach, curiosity and the pleasure of magical moments lead to astonishing projects.

Tobias Juretzek: Rememberme Chair, 2011; Photo: Max Zambelli/Stylist, Beatrice Rossetti Studio, © Casamania
Photo: Max Zambelli/Stylist, Beatrice Rossetti Studio, © Casamania
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