Light – No waste – Variation : The main features of TEN – a new and innovative collection by Conde House in cooperation with Berlin-based designer Michael Schneider.


TEN, the Japanese word for heaven, describes the concept of light, almost airy design.


Deriving from aeronautical engineering – sturdy skeleton / lightweight skin – the chair’s concept has been perfectly mastered by Conde House craftsman.


A very thin, slightly flexible resin arm/back mounted on a solid wooden frame.

A simple, yet difficult to realize concept with striking features: Convincing lightweight design in solid wood, superior seating comfort and a wide range of combinations of wood colors and upholstery materials.


Basic versions for contract and residential purposes can be upgraded up to very exclusive solid wood/leather combinations.



The basic ideas of TEN are also incorporated in a range of tables matching the chair’s concept. A tabletop, available in solid wood or melamine, almost floats on a wooden base appearing light and sturdy – just TEN.