The Austrian/Swiss/German design magazine H.O.M.E. printed excerpts of a very pleasing conversation I had with Chris L?wer on the phone. The interviewer writes for the "SueddeutscheZeitung", the "Spiegel", the "Handelsblatt" and many more. I won?t bore you with my statematements during the interview, but try to translate his introduction:
"Sleeping Problem Solved! Mathematicians are the better designers. Number-Cruncher Max Longin reinvented the bed
Mathematicians often have a rather doubtful reputation. Max Longin is one: an uncompromizing clear-head, but not a restless clattering scatterbrain. He?s 39 of age and has a strong creative component - a mixture that allows ingenuity. So it happened that this man reinvented the bed..."
Max Longin is a German mathematician living and working in northern Denmark. He designed the float bed in 2004 and the stream chair in 2006. A blow-by-blow presentation of his products can be found on his website at www.max-longin.com. Feel free to contact him.