Year after year our apprentices realize their ideas and visions, which culminates in their final carpentry projects for their exams.
In 2022, the first year under our new master craftsman, all four of our apprentices passed their exams with flying colors. Driven, methodical, with high expectations of themselves and with a lot of chocolate to calm their nerves, Margit Probst, Selina Jossa, Maximilian Magath and Lukas Daxeder were able to impress with their final carpentry projects. One of the works even won an award in the guild’s “Gute Form” (Good Form) competition. The final projects will be on display in the EHAM foyer until the end of August. We not only want to thank our great apprentices, but also their families as well as our entire team.
Photography: Sofie Latour
Smoked larch, CDF shadow gaps, a custom locking mechanism and a base in black Fenix.According to Lukas Daxeder, the contents of this column cabinet should be as carefully selected as its elements: Whiskey, watches and perfumes — the essentials of a man.
“Man’s Health” also won an award in the guild’s “Gute Form” competition and has the chance to compete nationwide. Congratulations!
The name of this bench can be understood in two different ways. On the one hand, the bright piece made of solid fir with walnut drawers welcomes you home. On the other hand, Selina Jossa used regional wood from our home, the Tegernsee Valley. Welcome home!
Maximilian Magath has realized his vision by creating his desk, “The Soundbar”: to be able to produce and mix music creatively. Made of oak with lino trim and smoked oak details, the passionate musician has built the perfect workspace for his sessions.
Margit Probst comes from a family with two sisters and a mother, so she knows exactly what it means to be short of room in front of the mirror at 7 a.m. “Stylista” combines the functional elements of a generous dressing table with the aesthetic influences of finely grained walnut.