The NEUMANN has two small dots on the inside bend between the table top and the diagonal back wall, why are they there?

The NEUMANN is made of steel and is powder-coated. To do this, our employee hangs up the Neumann in the painting chamber by hand. It is fixed at the points with hooks, these are then also visible later, for example if you turn the NEUMANN around or lie on the floor and look underneath. Of course, they are not visible in everyday life. It's technically the only way to powder coat the steel, so it's not a flaw. Rather, it is a sign that there is a lot of manual work and soul in the object. Small irregularities in the form and on the surface are a result of the manual production. Incidentally, powder coating is much more durable and much more robust than paint, which is why we deliberately chose this process.