Vienna, Austria


Penthouse V

In the course of the revitalisation of the former Werzer cinema in Pörtschach, which was designed by the well-known “Wörthersee-Architect” Franz Baumgartner, parts of the roof truss were raised to make room for a spacious penthouse.

The design concept is inspired by structures, textures, and the dynamics of roofscapes. It also pays tribute to a specific feature of Austrian post-war architecture by incorporating milled eternit façade panels as furniture fronts.

Designer: destilat


Table 4 to the floor

Kein anderes Möbel wurde in der Kunstgeschichte häufiger dargestellt als der Tisch. Er ist ein Altar zur Zelebrierung sozialer Rituale, erdverbunden und beständig. Bei 4 to the floor wird der Boden auf Tischhöhe angehoben. Auf einer robusten Grundstruktur aus massiver Eiche wird dunkles Linoleum aufgebracht. Haptik und Geruch des natürlichen Materials sind vertraut und angenehm.

Designer: destilat Design Studii (Austria)
Manufacturer: (Austria)
Material: solid hornbeam or oak, linoleum
Colours: linoleum available in many different colours
Dimension: 90 x 170-250 cm
Price: price on application


grandpa by destilat

grandpa stands at the center of the room silent and unimposing. When the light is switched on, the purist furniture piece merges with the opulence of Louis XV as the unmistakable contours of a baroque side table appear. grandpa unites the allures of old and new with a dash of humor and the inestimable advantage that one can activate the switch at any time.
Construction and surfaces are stark, the cut-out ornament is visible only when the light goes on.

Designer: Hatschenberger, Neuber, Weimer
Material: miter cut, precisely joined, mirrored glass tabletops.


4 to the floor

No other piece of furniture has been depicted in art history as frequently as the table. It is an altar for the celebration of social rituals: down to earth and solid. In 4 to the foor, the ground is elevated to table height. Dark linoleum is applied to a robust base structure of massive oak. The feel and aroma of the natural materials are familiar and pleasant.

Designer: Hatschenberger, Neuber, Weimer
Material: Linoleum, oak



A childhood memory. In the living rooms of the 1970s was an armchair of teak and textile. The legs and armrests were shaped as wooden runners. The Scandinavian-looking snö is the new version of that unforgettable piece of furniture. A chair with understatement, a modern confession to beige and brown. No more and no less.

Designer: Hatschenberger, Neuber, Weimer



Lou's form is deconstructed into its individual components. To make this step clear, the construction is clearly emphasized in terms of material and color. Lou is a furniture piece suitable for the office or a retail area, but also for an airport lounge.

Designer: Hatschenberger, Neuber, Weimer


chur chill

A chair for the twenty-first century cigar club. chur chill is powerful and luxurious: the latest interpretation of the classical armchair. Rather than dark velvet, the modern version radiates light materials and shimmering fabrics. In every case, the forms comply with ergonomic demands: The broad seat and slanted backrest are an open invitation to a comfortable chill-out.

Designer: Hatschenberger, Neuber, Weimer



andromeda is a sculptural light object inspired by two-dimensional embroidery from arts and crafts training classes of years gone by. Rather than colored thread, however, stretched from one point to the next is a crystal-studded yarn. The technique of spooling is thus expanded to the third dimension. The result is a shimmering andromeda haze that develops multiple radiant powers through the light source at the center.

Designer: Hatschenberger, Neuber, Weimer



aunty is a classical floor lamp with a spherical base and cylindrical brocade shade. But this is visible only as a two-dimensional silhouette on a mirrored surface. Lights out and aunty is a purist object with no discernible use. Lights on and the depiction of the lamp itself suddenly becomes a source of light. Form follows function – aunty interprets Louis Sullivan's leitmotiv from 1896 in an unconventional way.

Designer: Hatschenberger, Neuber, Weimer


grandma by destilat

grandma is a side table with a number of diverse facets. At the push of a button the past can be pushed to the fore. Fear of the void, a widespread phenomenon in today's home environment, disappears behind an unexpectedly emerging ornamental crocheted doily.
grandma and grandpa are composed of miter cut, precisely joined, mirrored glass tabletops. Construction and surfaces are stark, the cut-out ornament is visible only when the light goes on.

Designer: destilat


kaos by destilat

kaos makes productive use of disorder: books are stored in little groups, which makes it possible for various organizing systems to exist alongside one another. The result is a three-dimensional picture composed of books – unpredictable and, by principle, chaotic.

Designer: destilat (Austria)



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The creative heads behind destilat are Harald Hatschenberger, Thomas Neuber and Henning Weimer.
destilat is nationally and internationally active in interior design and furniture design and maintains offices in Vienna and Linz.


German Design Award 2017 Nomination
Iconic Award Interior Winner 2016

Apartment H&M
03/2016 Archilovers Online: Best Project 2015 (Italiy)



Thomas Neuber
1060 Vienna

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