Schotten & Hansen, based in Peiting, Bavaria, developed and produced high quality, healthy and renewable wood surfaces for the complete interior since 1984. Individually produced by hand and in an almost limitless range of colours.
At the Schotten & Hansen manufactory, using traditional craft skills in combination with modern engineering technology, with great care and the highest quality, we make healthy products to individual customer requirements: floorboards, parquet and complementary products such as steps, door, wall and ceiling veneers and micro-perforated acoustic elements. Care products developed in our in-house laboratory and a comprehensive range of services ensure that our products enjoy a long life.
All of our products are finished with natural resins, waxes and oils. They elevate private homes as well as in the hotels, public buildings and yachts. With our regional roots, we work in close collaboration with an international network of architects, designers, craftsmen and suppliers to deliver a huge range of projects around the world.
Over the last four decades the company has developed from a small business focused on restoring historic furniture and its surfaces, into an internationally renowned specialist for wooden floors and interiors. The factory employs 150 people over a production area of 15,000 m².
Ever since the company was founded, a deep respect for nature, a fascination for wood as a material and a clear commitment to innovation have been our central driving force for producing sustainable authentic products. Designing the perfect contemporary solutions for demanding construction projects takes a high level of openness, creativity and knowledge of natural materials. In Torben Hansen and Bernhard Heinloth, the factory has two true wood specialists who exemplify these characteristics.
Torben Hansen, Managing Director
Bernhard Heinloth, Managing Director
Does wood have a healing effect in interior design? Is this traditional building material up to the demands of modern design? Questions around contemporary living with wood are answered at our Munich showroom by wood experts and lovers of the material who have a feel for design. This is where you can find out everything there is to know about the use of durable, regenerative wood surfaces in interior design. Or find a source of inspiration for a major ongoing home, business or architectural project. If you already have an idea about the colour direction or material with which the wood colour should fit, you will find the appropriate colour tone in wood in the showroom.
Caroline Steiner, Sales Managerin
Norbert Löw, Surface Finishing
Anika Abel, Interior Construction
Daniel Karpinsky, Quality Manager
Frank Witschel, Surface Specialist