Sofas by Brühl for the European-Japanese world of Sato
Since 1948, the German family-owned company Brühl has been carefully handcrafting sofas, armchairs, tables and chairs from high-quality, often regional materials in its manufactory in Bad Steben. Functional, durable and at the same time elegant furniture as well as ecological awareness are the trademarks of the Brühl company. Sustainability is not just a buzzword at Brühl, but lived reality. The entire production plant is structured according to sustainable criteria, and Brühl has been awarded the Blue Angel, the German eco-label, among other prizes. Likewise, sustainability is at the beginning of every product development.
This is how individual, familiar, minimalist luxurious or even artistically playful designs are created (>see selection). Brühl has made a name for itself for its wide variety, durable materials, variable uses and timeless design. In this way, the brand captures the zeitgeist and fits perfectly with our principles and demands. In short: Brühl sofas fit naturally into Sato's European-Japanese living world.
Creative director Kati Meyer-Brühl is responsible for the design and the unmistakable Brühl signature style. Her multi-faceted and trend-setting designs have been awarded more than 130 national and international design prizes. Other groundbreaking creations come from Roland Meyer-Brühl. In addition, there are collaborations with renowned external designers such as Erik Magnussen, Volker Laprell & Volker Classen and Johannes Foersom & Peter Hiort-Lorenzen.