Design: BEHF Architects
The Architects of BEHF had a specific claim when it came to their design of the Wiener Fauteuil collection, namely to make the culture of the Viennese coffee houses visible and perceptible. As a result they created furniture pieces, which invite you to linger and relax. Their contours remind the beholder of the mindset found in designs of the 1950s influenced by industrial design from Scandinavia, Italy and America. The upholstered fauteuils with their contrasting beading and feet made of solid wood create comfort and a cozy atmosphere. A springing with a multi-layered foam construction guarantees seating comfort and a high restoring force.
STEPHAN FERENCZY | BEHF ARCHITECTS
Stephan Ferenczy was born 1960 in Hamburg. After studying interior design and furniture design in Stuttgart, Ferenczy moved to Vienna and studied architecture at the University of Applied Arts. Here, he visited the master class of Prof. Wilhelm Holzbauer. Together with his fellow students Susi Hasenauer and Armin Ebner he founded BEHF in 1995. Today, BEHF is one of the largest, efficient architectural office in Austria with 120 employees. It is well known for the design of company branches (Merkur, A1, Deutsche Bank) as well as for the design of restaurants in Vienna (Fabios, Motto am Fluss, Shiki). Over time, BEHF Architects has won numerous architecture awards.