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MSRP = Manufacturers suggested retail priceStephan Fischer von Poturzyn founded the company ClassiCon (Classic Contemporary Design) in 1990. The former member of the executive board of the long-standing company "Vereinigte Werkstätten" (United Workshops) in Munich had enough experience in the design sector. ClassiCon started with the collection "classics" a product line of the United Workshops, including designs by Eileen Gray, Otto Blümel and Eckhart Muthesius. Further the edition "Contempora" added young designers like Danilo Silvestrin, E. Barber & J. Osgerby and Konstantin Grcic. The latter designed for ClassiCon the secretary desk Orcus, the two-seater sofa Odin, the chair Chaos, the side tables Diana and the chair Mars, which has a surface full of geometry edges, thanks to the consistent absence of any right angles. As Poturzyn wanted to retire after eleven years, Jochen Holy bought ClassiCon and handed over the company management to his son, Oliver Holy, who is now the new owner of the company since 2001. Due to him the Munich collection by the Berlin architects Sauerbruch Hutton extends the range of "Contempora" edition. The Munich series has been specially designed for the opening of the Brandhorst Museum in Munich in 2009.