In the 1920s, the company’s proximity to Bauhaus in Dessau proved to be a happy coincidence. The Bauhaus community wanted to collaborate with the industry, and L&C Arnold in Stendal proved to be a partner equally keen to experiment. This led to visionary ideas, the joint production of prototypes, and successful competitive contributions. In 1930 in Stendal, the serial production of chrome-plated tubular steel furniture for the interior started. Following this tradition to this day, the company has thus developed and produced high-quality tubular steel products. L&C stendal’s tradition and the material used requires the company to ensure that every single step in the production process is carried out with greatest possible care. All in all, tubular steel is a modern material that combines versatility and timeless elegance with sturdiness and lightness.