The computer is the genesis of the design process of COUNTACH tables.
Through algorithms, forms are obtained that are visually reminiscent of plant germination, in this case generated technologically! The tables are available in two sizes; they have a tempered glass top and coloured base, powder painted on steel plate. They are conceived for high tech homes and offices. Base is steel available in two-color powder coat finish combinations; on PVC glides. Top is black smoke or extrawhite tempered glass.
Clemens Weisshaar was born in 1977 in Munich. After an apprenticeship as a metal worker he studied at St.Martins College and the Royal College of Art in London. After three years as an assistant to Konstantin Grcic he founded his own office in 2000.
Reed Kram was born in Columbus, Ohio in 1971. He studied at Duke University and MIT. From his earliest work, he has explored the integration of interactive media and environments.
In 2002 founded Kram/Weisshaar as a platform to integrate their multidisciplinary efforts. Based in Munich and Stockholm, the office engages in the design of spaces and products.
Clients include Rem Koolhaas’ OMA, ACNE, Authentics, BMW Group, Merten, and Prada. Their work is part of the permanent collection of Die Neue Sammlung, München and Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris.