Collaborative Berlin studio New Tendency offers a collection of restrained, elegant, and mostly monochromatic furniture for the home.
Sigurd Larsen's Click shelf is made of boltless, lacquered copper. With four screws affixing the units shelves to its girder, the unit is simply assembled, functioning seamlessly within the design scheme of a space. Courtesy of A New Tendency.
Designed collaboratively, the modular, oak veneer SHIFT Shelf won New Tendency the 2014 Interior Innovation Award. Freestanding or in front of a wall, the unit offers storage to suit any context. Courtesy of A New Tendency.
One of Sebastian Schönheit's designs for the firm, the Meta side table is a seat, a shelving unit for books and magazines, of course, a side table. Available in black, white or in a custom color, the side table's powder-coated steel body is as durable as it is multipurpose. Courtesy of A New Tendency.
The powder-coated steel legs of the Masa table frame offer a stable stand for a tabletop of any material. In varying colors and sizes, the table frame is amenable to tabletops of any material and is a mutable twist on an essential element in any dining room. Courtesy of A New Tendency.
Sebastian Schönheit's powder-coated aluminum December Standard lamp disperses light from LEDs housed within its specially-crafted circular aluminum lamp shade. Courtesy of A New Tendency.
The captivating silhouette of the four intersecting powder-coated steel rods of the Hash coatrack shows that minimalism can have a maximal effect upon a room's aesthetic. Courtesy of A New Tendency.
The Rien drinking glass by Christian Metzner for New Tendency is made of Borosilicat glass: a dextrous and delicate material originally used in scientific laboratories. Courtesy of A New Tendency.
Manuel Raeder's coated birch plywood X Chair serves both as a stool and as a modular shelving unit suitable for books and magazines. Courtesy of A New Tendency.
Winners of the Interior Innovation Award 2014 (SHIFT Shelf) and nominees for the 2013 German Design Awards, Berlin-based collaborative design firm New Tendency is earning an international reputation. Established as 'My Bauhaus,' the group, which was founded by students of Bauhaus University in 2009, was obliged to rename themselves after the retail group that trademarked the illustrious name threatened legal action. These eight products shows that, even by another name, the firm and its products can still continue the legacy of chic modern design for which Walter Gropius's school gained renown.