Design: Christian Dorn | STILTREU design
High safety standards are of particular importance in public spaces, which must therefore be equipped with a sufficient number of fire extinguishers and first-aid kits. Their storage, however, frequently owes more to pragmatic than design-oriented considerations. To ensure that large, bright red fire extinguishers do not disturb the overall interior aesthetics or are consigned to an inconspicuous corner with poor accessibility, rosconi has added an attractive container to its crew range: crew 112. The container for fire extinguishers designed by Christian Dorn (STILTREU design) is a modern and elegant form of storage which unites functionality and engineering with appealing design.
STILTREU DESIGN | CHRISTIAN DORN
Minimalist, functional, suitable for everyday life. These terms strikingly characterize the designs of Christian Dorn. Even during his fashion studies the fashion designer concentrated on the area product and furniture design. From 2003 Dorn worked very successfully as a designer and developed internationally acclaimed products for renowned customers. In 2011 Christian Dorn started the STILTREU design studio in Bühl (Baden, Germany) with the guiding principles honesty, transparency and passion for design. When it comes to design Dorn has a strong commitment to thought-through, intuitive functions as well as accurate implementation. His designs are characterized by a minimalist formal language: “I associate the term ‘STILTREU’ with the universal clarity within my designs. A reduced layout of lines, a softness of shape and tone. A harmonious flow and – if possible – no rough corners or edges.” Rosconi’s storage solutions for fire extinguishers and bandaging material designed by Christian Dorn, crew 110, crew 112, crew 113 and crew 114, are the perfect representatives for his design philosophy due to their rounded corners and their clean, straight-edged design.