Hocker Heinrich is a steel and fibre-reinforced lightweight concrete stoll. The surface is sealed and comes in light grey, anthracite or individually pigmented upon request, felt cover, indoor or outdoor use, one-of-a-kind design and pore structure, hand-made in Berlin. Hocker Heinrich was designed by Panatom with Matthias Froböse. The stool gets its name from the German playwright Heinrich von Kleist (1777 – 1811). The first edition of the stool has been appointed to the permanent collection at Kleist-Museum in Frankfurt (Oder). The exhibition is structured to follow the cannon of Kleistian interpretative works: segments of the floor create a topography that the visitor can explore; highly polished steel rods stand against the darkness amidst interactive light displays generating excerpts from Kleist’s work. This contemporary interpretation creates fresh new paths in the mediation of literature and represents a strong inspiration for Hocker Heinrich. The unwieldiness of Kleistian language finds its counterpart in the heaviness of concrete.