A construction principle harmonising the place to sleep
Readability and simplicity determine the concept of the design of the "Guten Morgen Bett". Massive wood, processed free of knots in an optical grace as veneered. Pure plug-in connections without metal. Developed in collaboration with an aura sighted man for the optimisation of the surroundings to sleep. A heavy body that seems to float, makes a piece of furniture far more than one bed.
"Three factors which can be also read optically lead here to an improved sleeping comfort: Perfect ventilation of the mattress (lateral space), decrease of the radiation losses of the human body (insulation by base plate) and biologically well acceptable sleeping surroundings (larch timber as a screening against water veins and earth rejections). The massive wooden construction works like a futon and is simple and elegant. "
Statment of the jury to the nomination for the Adolf Loos Preis (state price of design) in 2007.
The "Guten Morgen Bett" is continuously developed and improved by Johann Will and encloses a product family of several beds.
WILLL Manufaktur, Großglobnitz
Johann Will und Johannes Will