About Heilig Objects
What does the young German furniture design brand Heilig Objects stand for?
Heilig Objects stands for luxurious interior design objects, created for nonconformists. Exclusive handmade and authenticity certified one-of-a-kind pieces, design collectibles and unique interior collections, as well as small series furniture editions. Designs by Heilig Objects are breathtaking rock ‘n’ roll. Elegant in time and touchingly honest. Spectacularly puristic and outrageously sensual. Self-contained and at the same time excitingly luxurious. Made in Germany, each object has an origin story all its own, a quality that’s first class and a flexibility of use that’s fascinating to behold. Some designs of Heilig Objects already bear the insignia of modern furniture classics.
What is the design philosophy of Heilig Objects?
Daniel Heilig is imbued with an insatiable longing for authenticity, identity and timeless beauty in the philosophical sense. His design oeuvre contradicts ubiquitous soulless perfection and fateful fast pace. Consequently, the young artist creates soul stirring furniture, companions for life with authentic spirit, honest materials and surprising origins. Interior design by Heilig Objects celebrates timeless elegance, master craftsmanship, constructive excellence and the highest quality materials.
Who is Daniel Heilig?
Daniel Heilig is a young German-Hungarian design autodidact, a rebellious free spirit and creative cosmopolitan. Born in Budapest, he has half of Europe in his genes. His path in life is a constant change of worlds. Iconographic characters and architectures and the infinite beauty in the moment all inspire him. His thinking, knowledge and creative urge are boundless; his music and photography, his fashion design and furniture design cross-fertilize each other. This creative plurality, coupled with a constant striving for aesthetics, excellence and precision, characterize this virtuoso’s artistic work. His interior objects, which arouse longing, are created experimentally according to feeling, in, as it were, alchemistic, surgically precise, often torturous and usually months-long developmental processes.
Is the artist available for collaboration?
Yes, Daniel Heilig makes his design objects available for selected exhibitions, film, photo and video installations or cultural events. Please send us an email with the subject ‘Collaboration’, your ideas and your contact details to: [email protected]. We will get back to you as soon as possible.
Who is the team around designer Daniel Heilig?
Our design objects, elaborately handcrafted in our studio, are the result of close collaboration between designer Daniel Heilig and international design students seeking to achieve the design excellence of Heilig Objects.
How can I become a part of Heilig Objects?
Feel free to send us an email with the subject ‘Application’ to [email protected]. Please describe in as many words as you like, how you wish to help the Heilig Objects team and the best way to contact you. We will be in touch within a few days.
Is there a showroom where I can experience furniture of Heilig Objects?
Yes, designer Daniel Heilig is happy to welcome you to the showroom at his workshop-studio in Darmstadt, Germany. Please send us an email with the subject ‘Showroom’ and your phone number to [email protected]. We will call you back to schedule an appointment.
What is the position of Heilig Objects on sustainability?
Furniture objects from Heilig Objects are sustainable by nature. Ecologically responsible thinking and action is a matter of course for Daniel Heilig personally and as a designer. For the sheer joy of beauty, he works with special or handpicked, regenerative, recycled, historic and eco-certified natural and manufactured materials. The timelessly elegant, less-is-more aesthetic of his living objects is the consequence of consistently reducing to the essentials: in design, use of materials and quality of workmanship. The artist uses enduring materials which promise years of enjoyment, a long life, easy care, and repair if needed.