German furniture company Roterring can look back at over eight decades of experience and family tradition. They have specialised on TV/media furniture and hi- racks, and successfully merge functionality with clean designs. It all started with a small carpentry in 1932. Little did Gerhard Roterring know that his workshop would turn into a top furniture house one day. Over the years Roterring’s sons and later grandsons joined the family business, which kept on growing. The transition from a carpentry to a furniture manufactory happened gradually as spokesperson Thomas Kemper explains: “During 80 years and with three generations involved, the company gained a lot of knowledge and developed its technical skills in regards to various different areas such as shopfitting, loudspeaker cabinets and consumer electronics.