CONDE HOUSE IMM 2019  |  Perfection Made in Japan!

IMM Cologne - The international interiors show

2019 will start with another promising step for Conde House worldwide. Attending IMM Cologne for the 15th time, Conde House again uses the fair to display new and innovative pieces of fine furniture to our international customers.

Master Japanese craftsmanship combined with leading international design – that is what Conde House stands for more than 50 years now.




by Michael Schneider

Introduced in 2016 TEN Dining with its elegantly crafted tables and chairs quickly become very popular among Conde House customers worldwide. TEN LIVING is the perfect addition to this innovative product line naturally blending in the TEN world while offering new inspirations. The new EASYCHAIR embraces the occupant with a combination of sharp and smooth lines creating a relaxing feeling in spite of its overall formal look. Four kinds of side and center tables with TEN’s unique solid wooden tabletops resting on delicate iron legs round up the TEN LIVING atmosphere.

Armchair/Cussion | Japanese Ash GY, Maple DBG/F3 Table 60×40 | Japanese Ash GY

LEFT: Armchair | Japanese Ash GY, Magnolia GY/F4 Armchair/Cussion | Japanese Ash GY, Maple DBG/F3 Table 70×70 | Japanese Ash OFN
RIGHT: Table | Walnut OFN

LEFT: Side Board GDD-240 | Japanese Ash NFPWT
RIGHT: Side Board GDD-240 | Walnut CWPBL


Michael Schneider (Berlin) Profile
Founder: Designschneider, 1993 - Focus: Product, furniture and exhibition design - Concept: Beautiful and functional - Cooperation with leading international furniture companies - Awarded with several design prizesFor more information »



by Naoto Fukasawa with Hiroyuki Tsuchida

“This chair of minimal design consists only of
a round seat and round wooden bars in the legs, arms and backrest.”
Naoto Fukasawa

“A long-life product of the next era” represents the third collection produced in collaboration with Fukasawa.
Eliminating all non-necessary items of construction and design the chair achieves strength, comfort and lightness despite its simplicity. The versatile use and unobtrusive design allow the chair to fit into any residential or public environment or even serve as “my” chair. The chair’s origin from Japan’s northernmost island Hokkaido is manifested in its name KOTAN, meaning village in the local Ainu language, and the use of locally grown natural ash wood.

Chair(Upholstered Seat) Japanese Ash WNF, BQ-BR/L3

Stool(Upholstered Seat) Japanese Ash GY, KS-LGY/L3

Chair(Upholstered Seat) Japanese Ash BL, BQ-BL/L3 WNF, BQ-BR/L3 DBR, BQ-DBR/L3 GY, KS-LGY/L3


Naoto Fukasawa Profile
Collaborating with globally renown brands as well as consulting and working with Japanese major corporations. He has received numerous national and international design awards. In 2007, he was awarded a title of Honourable Royal Designer for Industry by RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce ), UK. He acted as the chairman for the Good Design Award in Japan between 2010-14. He is a professor at the Department of Integrated Design at Tama Art University. Currently he is acting as the chairman for the Japan Folk Craft Museum.For more information »



by David Trubridge

KINA LUX by David Trubridge is a light artpiece in wood serving as stool, ottoman or even as a table. A masterpiece! challenging craftsmanship and material - born via a combination of meticulous handcrafting efforts, advanced molding and precise manufacturing techniques.

Kina Floor C 80 | Japanese Birch OFN
Kina Floor P 100 | Japanese Birch OFNPWT

LEFT: Kina Floor P 100 | Japanese Birch OFNPWT Kina Floor U 80 | Japanese Birch OFN
RIGHT: Kina Floor P 100 | Japanese Birch OFNPWT


David Trubridge

David Trubridge Profile
David Trubridge’s designs lead to elaborate expressions almost like abstract sculptures. Based on his rich life experience and the use of technical and computer designing skills he enjoys worldwide reputation for his environmental-friendly designs and regularly joins international events giving lectures on the subject.



by Mikko Halonen

Winning the Grand Prize at the International Furniture Design Competition Asahikawa (IFDA) in 2017 this beautiful organically shaped chair was highly evaluated for its fresh approach and potential for woodcraft.
The beautiful design is finished seamless from the backrest, arms and legs to the seating frame. Pleasing eyes and hand KORENTO represents Conde House skills in wood at its best.

Armchair(Upholstered Seat) | Japanese Oak NF, RK-NL/L2 Armchair | Japanese Oak NF

Armchair | Japanese Oak DBR Armchair(Upholstered Seat) | Japanese Oak DBR, RK-NL/L2


Mikko Halonen

Mikko Halonen Profile
1976 Born in Oulu, Finland
2001 Graduated the Institute of Design, Lahti University of Applied Sciences
2002 Started working as a freelance designer
2010 Finished a Master’s Degree at The School of Arts, Design and Architecture, Aalto University


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