Posts tagged as 'imm cologne'
Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.02.2015 - Tagged as: imm cologne, Le Vin Chin, trends
This is part two of a two-part Trend Report from Cologne 2015 by Le Vin Chin. See Part 1 here.
Here we have no one particular materials trend, but a constellation of directions, relating to wool, to weaving, to knots, and to cords and ropes.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 03.02.2015 - Tagged as: imm cologne, Le Vin Chin, trends
Furniture from Oskar Zieta’s PAKIET range of modular wooden furniture. Photo © Le Vin Chin
This is the first of a two-part Trend Report from Cologne 2015 by Le Vin Chin. As ever, the mood and the buffet of design offers in Cologne reflect the location and the Zeitgeist. The imm cologne and the attending Passagen are shows with an European scope and we saw the sombre mood of Europe, and of Germany itself, in the presentations during Cologne’s design week. With economic, social and political worries spilling in from all around, it’s a time of contraction and therefore conservatism, a retreat to the safety of known quantities and values.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 25.01.2015 - Tagged as: imm cologne, imm cologne 2015
Our final Facebook photo gallery from imm cologne 2015, the international furnishing exhibition held last week in Cologne, Germany, features the more than 20 exhibitors that showcased their products at Design Post Köln.
> to Architonic in Cologne: Designpost 2015
Manufacturers shown include: Kvadrat, Kinnasand, Montana Møbler, Secto Design, Arper, Palau, Elmo Leather, Swedese, Carpet Sign, Kristalia, Moroso, Röthlisberger, S+ Systemmöbel, Montis, LEMA, Buschfeld Design, Agape, Zeitraum, Magis, Linteloo, Piet Boon
Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.01.2015 - Tagged as: imm cologne, imm cologne 2015
imm Cologne 2015
It’s Day 4 of imm cologne 2015 and we’ve added two more Facebook photo albums from this massive show with its 260,000 square meters of exhibition space. Join us here below on our photographic journey through a few more of the 11 exhibition halls of this year’s edition.
> to Architonic Live in Cologne: imm 2015, Part 7
Manufacturers shown include: aeris, Artisan, Axel Veit, BuzziSpace, STATTMANN NEUE MOEBEL, Cubit, De Castelli, Designtextiles, TEAM 7, eggersmann, Hera, Dornbracht, Gaggenau, Ebb & Flow, Scab Design, Kinnasand, LoCa
> to Architonic Live in Cologne: imm 2015, Part 8
Manufacturers shown include: EGO Paris, GERA, Graypants, Hem, HORM.IT, Hüttners, jacob de baan, Karimoku New Standard, Kenneth Cobonpue, lasfera, Mater, STATTMANN NEUE MOEBEL, New Tendency, NORR11, Objekten Systems, OXIT design, Prostoria, Riga Chair, schneiderschram, Wagner, xilobis, Zanat, Zieta
Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.01.2015 - Tagged as: imm cologne, imm cologne 2015
imm Cologne 2015
It’s our third day in Cologne and we’ve added two more Facebook photo albums for imm cologne 2015. Join us on our photographic journey through the exhibition halls of this year’s edition of the show. In the following two Facebook albums we have published no less than 284 images of the best manufacturers and novelties presented. Enjoy!
> to Architonic Live in Cologne: imm 2015, Part 5
Manufacturers shown include: Rolf Benz, Ligne Roset, Gruber + Schlager, TEAM 7, Jori, raumplus, Schramm, JAB Anstoetz, FSM, Kettnaker, interlübke, COR, Treca Interiors Paris, Yomei, Dauphin
> to Architonic Live in Cologne: imm 2015, Part 6
Manufacturers shown include: Sudbrock, KFF, Cattelan Italia, Tonelli, Hund Möbelwerke, Softline, Naver, Weishäupl, jankurtz, Swiss Plus, Müller Möbelwerkstätten, Schulte Design, Tojo Möbel, Ethnicraft, Universo Positivo, Durlet, FREIFRAU, GAN, Ondarreta, Gallotti&Radice, Object Carpet, Living Divani, Woodnotes, Girsberger, bordbar, Riva 1920, Poliform, Miinu, Hey-Sign, Vibieffe, Sartori, TON, Reflex, Technogym
Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.01.2015 - Tagged as: imm cologne, imm cologne 2015
imm Cologne 2015
Architonic is in Cologne, Germany this week for imm cologne 2015, the international furnishing show. Here are two Facebook galleries from our second day with images of the best designs from the show floor. Enjoy!
> to Architonic Live in Cologne: imm 2015, Part 3
Manufacturers shown include: Schönbuch, Minotti, Tribù, brühl, De Ploeg, Intertime, KYMO, more, Point, TUUCI, Royal Botania, Molteni & C, Vondom, Fischer Möbel, Domaniecki
> to Architonic Live in Cologne: imm 2015, Part 4
Manufacturers shown include: Miinu, Müller Möbelfabrikation, Jan Kath, Tecta, Christine Kröncke, Draenert, Oasiq, Walter Knoll, Piure, ClassiCon, Leolux, de Sede
Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.01.2015 - Tagged as: imm cologne, imm cologne 2015
imm Cologne 2015
This week 1,200 exhibitors from 50 countries are showing what they have to offer at imm cologne 2015, the international furnishing show. Architonic is there with a booth on the show floor (in the Passage between halls 10 and 11), but we’ve also got a team scouring the show to bring you the novelties from the best brands. Here below are the first two Facebook photo galleries from day 1. More from Cologne to come!
> to Architonic Live in Cologne: imm 2015, Part 1
Manufacturers shown include: Thonet, Gubi, Vitra, e15, Artek, Tom Dixon, böwer, expormim, Treku, EMU Group, String, Label, extremis, Ruckstuhl, Wogg
> to Architonic Live in Cologne: imm 2015, Part 2
Manufacturers shown include: Viteo, Supergrau, Erik Jørgensen, DuPont Corian, horgenglarus, Sancal, Menu, Capo d’Opera, Desalto, Création Baumann, Christian Fischbacher, Nya Nordiska, SAHCO, &TRADITION, Zimmer + Rohde, Wood & Washi, JAB Anstoetz, Flexform, Poltrona Frau, Alias, Cassina, Richard Lampert, Porada, Wittmann, MDF Italia, Showroom Finland, lapalma
Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.01.2015 - Tagged as: BAU, imm cologne
Two important shows for designers and architects open on Monday January 19; imm Cologne, the international furnishing show, and BAU Munich, the world’s leading building and construction show. Architonic has created time-saving guides to help navigate the show floors for both shows. Download them here below:
download the 2015 imm cologne Architonic Guide here (PDF)
download the 2015 BAU Architonic Guide here (PDF)