Designed in 1967, and pre-dating modern flat-pack culture, the Stapelliege was a major innovation. Inspired by the spatial restraints of 60s living, the modular pieces can be used in a vareity of ways.
Featured in Brigette - Germany's first magazine to advertise furniture - is represented a significant change in German living, having both a 'logical appearance' in which form followed function, and a unique practicality. Simple brackets allowed the user to dismantle, carry and rebuild the bed elsewhere. "I wanted to design an practical, affordable item that also expressed that generations aspirations. Flexibility was very important back then".
Still manufactured in Germany, almost entirely by hand, the rounded edges ensure the modules slot together comfortably and easily.
In 2003, Heide won the Cologne Furniture Fair Design Prize for this design.
Finished in a choice of wood veneers or lacquered colours.
Available with wheels (total height + 8cm)
Manufactured by Müller Möbelwerkstätten
Delivery: 4-6 weeks