Clemens Tissi, architect, was born in 1963 in Schaffhausen, Northern Switzerland. In the 1990s he moved to Berlin, opening a gallery dedicated to 20th century design. Since 2010 the Swiss architect's focus has been on minimalist furniture and lighting, transferring the utopian spirit of modernism into the present. As an architect Tissi has realized a large number of projects for private residences that continue to showcase his multi-talented approach. His latest project in 2015 is the architecture exhibition of the permanent collection for the Bauhaus-Archive Museum in Berlin.
kinder MODERN is thrilled to present TISCH STUHL HAUS KREIDE (TABLE CHAIR HOUSE CHALK) in collaboration with acclaimed Berlin gallery Jochum Rodgers. In this piece, Tissi has created an all-in-one interactive chair/desk, covered in chalkboard paint and accompanied by a set of rainbow chalk for the owner (young or old) to express themselves and create their own masterpiece.
This ten piece limited edition is an incredible example of art in contemporary design, and combines the designer's iconic multi-angled, perfectly balanced architectural design with kM's small scale and passionate dedication to interactive pieces for children.