What do Kaspar Frauenschuh and Sepp Eham have in common? They both love spending time in the mountains. This means that in winter especially, they share their love of snow-capped peaks. And when it comes to design, they both have an instinct for extraordinary natural materials that are processed with the same painstaking care and a profound awareness of the environment. What’s more, the two men have maintained a friendship over many years along the Kitzbühel-Tegernsee axis. This is why we are particularly pleased that Eham has the opportunity to collaborate with such a great family business as Frauenschuh in remodelling their new offices/showrooms.
Leather, Swiss pine, steel. Rough on one side. A cool screed meets a table top covered in deerskin and pleasing to the touch. The walls are clad with panels of Swiss pine. Opposite the window facade, these panels conceal a wall-length row of cabinets. In the entrance area, the panels are framed with black steel and also serve as a presentation area for the mood boards of the new collections, an impressive in-house gallery for the latest Frauenschuh creations.
Eham wishes the Frauenschuh team lots of success in these newly designed premises.
Photography: Sofie Latour