Buena Nova

Elegant solid wood furniture for the care sector.



Buena Nova Armchair

  • Solid beech legs
  • Fully upholstered

Lead Time Guide: 14-16 Weeks

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Buena Nova

Buena Nova is a comfortable and highly versatile addition to the healthcare sector. Used in a variety of areas from waiting rooms, dining areas and vestibular passages, Buena Nova’s exceedingly sturdy construction is long lasting and helps to convey a sense of overall security. Buena Nova consists of a seating and table collection made from solid beech wood. The collection consists of stackable chairs, armchair, high-back armchair and tables. Thanks to the back holder, these stackable chairs are easy to handle and perfect for breakout and cafeteria spaces. The high-back chair with deep seat mould, offers a particular level of comfort, so that sitting down and getting up requires only little effort. The seating collection also offers a detachable upholstered seat pad or upholstered traverse under-frame that makes it easy to clean. The series is also complimented by a very comfortable and shapely armchair. Designed with a circumferential wooden liner, the armchair protects the upholstery from soiling and is easy to clean. Accompanying tables are connected with embedded support and are also wheelchair accessible.


LSS Designer

Christian Lepper, born in 1958 in Bonn, began carpentry training in 1978; from 1983 to 1989 he attended the Product Design School in Kassel and from 1989 to 1992 he attended an university course in Architecture while working as a self-employed designer. He took part in projects involving artists, architects and designers; since 1992 he collaborates with Roland Schmidt and Uwe Sommerlade. Died 2008.

Roland Schmidt, born 1961 in Peine, a trained carpenter, attended the Product Design School in Kassel from 1983 to 1989 and from 1990 to 1992 worked for the Innsbruck-based Lichtplanung Bartenbach; since 1992 he collaborates with Christian Lepper and Uwe Sommerlade.

Uwe Sommerlade, born in 1961 in Calden, trained as a carpenter after secondary education and attended the Product Design School in Kassel between 1983 and 1990; subsequently he did work in many architects offices and with experts for forniture in Kassel and Berlin; since 1992 he collaborates with Christian Lepper and Roland Schmidt. Many awards testify the quality of the various creations of these three designers in collaboration with architects, artists and graphic