Change belongs to carpentry just like the sander belongs to the workshop. This was already the case back in 1879, the year the family company was founded, which the siblings Sophie, Rudi, and Max are now guiding into the future under a new name: 1879 has become 2021 – and Wittmann has become TREWIT. The debut exhibition WOOD LOVES RADICAL CHANGE presents new chairs by designers, who have accompanied the company during its metamorphosis. The models by Robert Rüf, MARCH GUT, Sabrina Höllriegl, and Maria Fröhlich combine functionality, aesthetic, and sustainability and have principally been conceived as object furniture. The rule that applies to this seating has already long applied to TREWIT: Better a little bit peculiar than always off the peg.