Anna

Anna Deyerling

The 2 Minute Interview

Anna Deyerling loves Sofas. So much that she decided to make them herself. And they are brilliant! The label Sitzfeldt, which she runs together with her brother Clemens Deyerling and a common friend Julius Martini, does not only produce wonderful creations such as the red dot award winning Cube sofa – which with good reason has found its way into our lounge – but is also something like the land of milk and honey for the spoilt big-city-backside. Sitzfeldt sofas are lovely AND comfortable. That actually is rather remarkable. ;-) Perfect conditions should you be pregnant and forced to lounge around aloooooooooot. Speaking of which – Anna is about to have baby number two. We wish her all the best! P.S. How DO they all manage?

 

Name: Anna Deyerling
Age: 35
Location: Berlin / Kreuzberg
Job: entrepreneur
Shoe size: 39
Favourite piece of furniture: The sofa, of course
Contact:  anna.deyerling@sitzfeldt.com

What does your home look like?
I live in a typical Berlin flat that I constantly seem to be cleaning up.Is it exactly how you wanted it or did it just happen that way over the years?
I’d say it’s 2-1 in favour of fate.The perfect sofa is…
… the family’s favourite place and made by Sitzfeldt, of course.What is the greatest challenge being a single mom?
Having to decide everything on your own when it comes to parenting. And going through with those decisions.Do you live in the right city?
You bet!What makes you angry?
People not living up to their responsibilities.Close your eyes and think of something nice. What comes to mind?
Summer – minus the baby bump.

 

When was the last time you did something for someone else and what was it?
We recently equipped a refugee home with sofas. And yesterday, I baked a cake for the team.

 

And for yourself?
I just had a three-week holiday.

Do have a favourite poem?
I always like to get Mascha Kalékos „Das lyrische Stenogrammheft“ out from the bookshelf. But no, I don’t have afavourite poem.What throws you off balance?
My son.Which quirk would you gladly give up?
Having to write to-do lists for everything.Why can only women save the planet?
Is that the case? I thought we were a pretty good team.What would you cook for us if we visited you at home?
Pasta. And a big bowl of salad.What are you afraid of?
The silken thread of happiness eventually tearing. 

When was the last time you did something for the first time and what was it?
Yes. Not drinking works too.

 

What should no one know about you?
Well, then it wouldn’t be a secret anymore.

 

Which question should we have asked?
How can you be a single mom and pregnant at the same time?

 

Last Words:
Something I always like to have.