German brand ClassiCon (Classic Contemporary Design) was founded in 1990. With exclusive agreements with Aram Design – license holder for works by Eileen Gray, and by collaborating with prominent architects of today like Barber Osgerby, ClassiCon collection is one where the past and future meet in constellations that evoke intriguing contrasts yet also give rise to surprising harmonies. ClassiCon stands for quality, individuality and a timeless aesthetic that is regardless of passing fashions. The E-1027 Adjustable table by Eileen Gray was designed in1927 and the Bibendum chair in 1929 are still as relevant today as ever.
Designed by Sauerbruch Hutton, the Munich chairs were developed for the Museum Brandhorst in Munich, Germany as a way of offering seating solutions for a public space yet complementing the modern art of the 20th and 21st century.