This glass & steel coffee table from the seatingprogram 6910 was designed by Horst Brüning and manufactured in the seventiesfor Kill International. This is the largest version. It features a screwed steel profile frame, ground and chrome-plated, glass plate with supports, integrated floor protectors.
Alfred Kill international was a German entrepreneur and has his factory Kill International, in Fellbach Germany.
In the 1960s and 1970s, Kill was one of the most important German furniture manufacturers. In addition to the Horst Brüning collection, Kill was best known for the designs by Fabricius and Kastholm, which are now produced by Walter Knoll.
Horst Brüning studied architecture and interior design at the University of Fine Arts in Hamburg until 1956. After stays in Copenhagen and Stockholm, where he studied
industrial design, de Hamburger had a design and architecture office in Stuttgart from 1963 onwards. Brüning has designed important table, armchair and chair ranges for well-known manufacturers such as KILL International or COR, which are used in both residential and office spaces. His style is characterized by the demand for minimalism, clarity, uniqueness and durability with the right seating quality. Working for Kill also brought him into contact with the two
Danish architects Jørgen Kastholm and Preben Fabricius, who also achieved international recognition.