Flow Dining


The dining furniture adds another chapter to the success story of FLOW. As with the living room furniture, the dining equivalent offers an exciting reinterpretation of the Swinging Sixties. The most striking design feature here is the dynamically shaped basic form that effectively contrasts with exceptionally linear elements.



The chair, developed by JOI-Design, is available with or without armrests, and immediately catches the eye with its exciting mix of smooth outer shell and soft seating core. This polarity is underscored by the deliberately linear base construction, which is available either with solid wooden legs or in delicate steel wire. 

FLOW Table


The table, designed by Joachim Nees, draws its identity from transparent lightness. The steel-wire base combines with the thin tabletop to create an aesthetic symbiosis, giving the design sculptural character.  

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Flow Dining

the communicative seating option

The comfortable upholstered bench is a perfect extension for the Flow Dining product family, enriching both private and gastronomic dining room furniture with a relaxed and communicative seating option for several people.


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Functionality is the basis of the work

Corinna Kretschmar-Joehnk was born in November 1966 in Bielefeld. She completed her studies with a degree in the field of Interior Design in 1993. Since 2003, she has been the Managing Partner of JOI-Design GmbH in Hamburg.

Peter Joehnk was born in July 1957 in Kronach / Upper Franconia. In 1981, he attained his "Diplom" degree in Interior Design, and in 1983 he successfully completed distance learning studies as a Building Biologist. Since 2003, Peter Joehnk has been the Managing Director of JOI-Design GmbH in Hamburg.

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Joachim Nees

quality - both in design and in the materials

Since graduating with a degree in civil engineering and industrial design at the Darmstadt University of Technology, Joachim Nees has opened his own studio in Schöllkrippen.

He actually wanted to be a construction engineer, and he was interested in bridge construction among other things. But after graduating at the University of Darmstadt with his preliminary diploma, the Aschaffenburg native visited an exhibition about industrial design. The content and the exhibits on display there made a lasting impression on him and inspired him to switch his course.

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