Studying Interior Architecture in Europe and moving to settle in New York is the bright Curriculum of Maximilian Eicke who is now one of the inventive, inspired and entreprising design talents.
The Hamptons-based furniture designer is a young entrepreneur who founded a company with a philosophy of creating furniture collections that bring a new and fresh aesthetic combined with comfort to the designer world, a philosophy he stated being an act of rebellion, as his modernist aesthetic work is totally different from his parents one who own Christy’s Building Art Center, a Sag Harbor trove of pedigreed antiques.
Eicke’s first piece of furniture were made with teak, steel and high gloss lacquer, before he later began to use Marble, and started to make larger pieces as he gained more experience. His obsession with clean lines has been expressed in his latest sculptural forms. His work is adapting the minimalist style which is in harmony with the concept’s philosophy.
Eicke founded Max IDNY when he was 20, and it specializes in furniture Design that produces its own goods and retails them throughout the world. A new Collection is launched each year, with a range of 15 unique products, which gives more value to Eicke’s Designs and creates more excitement to his Clients who are looking forward to discovering each year’s new collection.
Max IDNY produces Indoor and Outdoor seating, Chairs, tables, bookcases and items that are commissioned, and is located in the Hamptons, New York.