World class – hand-crafted in Germany since 1890
The chairs and tables from Lucas Schnaidt are status symbols, emblematic of prestige and expressions of hedonism. Founded in 1890, the Württemberg-based manufacturer Lucas Schnaidt is one of the oldest and most respected furniture manufacturers, thanks to its long-standing reputation for innovation. Its exclusive chairs and tables have always been in a league of their own. They are held in high regard by discerning customers around the world for their aesthetics, comfort, quality and sustainability.
Our high-quality, exclusive tables and chairs are individually made in Germany with the highest craftsmanship, which makes them a desirable but scarce commodity. Explore the tireless attention to detail, the incomparable precision combined with the wonderful fusion of timeless style, fine materials, exceptional functionality and outstanding comfort: Lucas Schnaidt’s valuable, cultural heritage from over 130 years.
Eco-friendly and sustainable – true luxury
The furniture manufacturer Lucas Schnaidt adopts a clear stance: the brand consistently stands for sustainable and eco-friendly furniture. Fine, renewable, eco-friendly materials from nature form the basis of our craft. That is how we mastered this niche market: consistently turning natural, renewable raw materials of the highest quality into unique creations, we offer true luxury for the most discerning of customers.
Our exclusive chairs and tables are held in high regard by discerning customers around the world for their aesthetics, comfort, quality and sustainability.
Our list also includes buildings open to the public.
Bellevue Palace, official seat and residence of the President of the Federal Republic, Berlin, Germany
Villa Hammerschmidt, official seat and residence of the President of the Federal Republic, Bonn, Germany
Kanzlerbungalow (the Chancellor’s bungalow), Bonn, Germany
Kunsthaus Bregenz, Bregenz, Austria
Bundeshaus Bern, Parliament Building, Bern, Switzerland
Secular Retreat, Living Architecture, Alain de Botton, Devon, England
Palace of International Forums «Uzbekistan», Taschkent, Uzbekistan