Posts filed under 'Products'

Wed 6.2.

Feeling It: COR

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.02.2019 - Tagged as:

Feeling It: COR
A piece of furniture makes design history. On the market since 1964, the Conseta modular sofa has revolutionised the living room and its success continues to this day. In many homes, it is even considered a member of the family

For 65 years, the COR family business has been producing furniture that comes from the heart in the truest sense of the word.

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Tue 5.2.

HANDMADE WITH PASSION: BIELEFELDER WERKSTÄTTEN

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.02.2019 - Tagged as:

HANDMADE WITH PASSION: BIELEFELDER WERKSTÄTTEN
Timeless appeal: the Spirit range combines bespoke individuality with a level of comfort that ensures a first class seat every time

Because good quality calls for a great deal of care, BIELEFELDER WERKSTÄTTEN make every single piece of their exquisite upholstered furniture collection using the classic techniques of hand-crafted production.

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Mon 4.2.

DESIGN ICONS MADE IN GERMANY: HEWI

Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.02.2019 - Tagged as:

DESIGN ICONS MADE IN GERMANY: HEWI
Door lever 111 in the Matt edition with bicolour metal rose

The revolutionary System 111 lever handle from HEWI is 50 years old and the innovative manufacturer itself has been around for 90. Their longevity alone is reason take a look at the brand’s latest developments.

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Tue 22.1.

THE HEART OF THE HOME: ALNO

Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.01.2019 - Tagged as:

THE HEART OF THE HOME: ALNO
Trendsetter: the design concept received the German Innovation Award; AlnoAttract incorporates up-to-the-minute trends

A kitchen isn’t just a kitchen. For ALNO, it’s the place where people enjoy themselves, celebrate, make plans, relax, withdraw, receive guests, eat and can be themselves.

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Mon 21.1.

IT’S GOOD TO BE GREEN: FREUND GMBH

Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.01.2019 - Tagged as:

IT’S GOOD TO BE GREEN: FREUND GMBH
Moss absorbs sound and binds dust making it an ideal room divider in open space offices, such as the Evergreen Premium Clinton. Eyecatcher: the world map made of moss

The green wall elements of the FREUND Moosmanufaktur have so many advantages for the room climate that one wonders why there are any offices without the sound-absorbing, dust-catching, climate-regulating and good-looking greenery systems made of real moss.

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Thu 17.1.

SOUL MAN: EUGENI QUITLLET IS FEELING IT

Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.01.2019 - Tagged as:

SOUL MAN: EUGENI QUITLLET IS FEELING IT
Reminiscent in its form of traditional bentwood furniture, Quitllet’s new Remind chair is in actuality a single-injection polypropylene monobloc, light and with a breathable texture

Emotion is the special material that runs throughout the Catalan designer’s work and his new Remind and Soul chairs for PEDRALI are nothing if not in touch with their feelings.

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Wed 16.1.

NOUVELLE CUISINE: POGGENPOHL +VENOVO

Posted by Walter Phillips on 16.01.2019 - Tagged as:

NOUVELLE CUISINE: POGGENPOHL +VENOVO

With their skids, which carry the functional main elements and seemingly let them float, +VENOVO conveys a sense of lightness. Its well thought-out, modular structure enables variations in design accommodating a range of tastes and apartment sizes


With increasingly flexible lifestyles, the static boundaries between kitchen and living areas are disappearing. After examining this trend, the German premium manufacturer POGGENPOHL found the perfect solution with its new +VENOVO kitchen concept.

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Tue 15.1.

THE SPIRIT OF INNOVATION: DORNBRACHT

Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.01.2019 - Tagged as:

THE SPIRIT OF INNOVATION: DORNBRACHT
Horizontal Shower: a unique recumbent shower experience for pure relaxation

DORNBRACHT – the family-run company cultivates a different way of thinking and is always one step ahead of the present.

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