Posts tagged as 'Cor'

Tue 19.2.

DEEP-SEATED QUALITY: COR

Posted by Walter Phillips on 19.02.2019 - Tagged as:

DEEP-SEATED QUALITY: COR
The best seat in the house: Moss is made for lingering

The quality of its furniture is down to one simple factor: COR takes its time! And that applies just as much to the development of new models as to their production by experienced hands.

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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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Wed 20.6.

CHEST OUT, HEAD HIGH: THE COR WAYS OF SITTING

Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.06.2018 - Tagged as:

CHEST OUT, HEAD HIGH: THE COR WAYS OF SITTING

The bunny triggers feelings of protection with an embryonic sitting posture. But in this closed position, Cor’s Roc chair remains unused. To make the most of its seating comfort, this Uwe Fischer-designed piece should be embraced with open arms

 

When it comes to sitting, what type are you? And what does your sitting style say about you? Are you a self-engrossed sloucher, a boastful alpha male or, possibly, a fearful bunny? This sitting test will tell you.

 

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Thu 4.1.

Better Together: COR Lab

Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.01.2018 - Tagged as:

Welcome to COR Lab: a new and ongoing collaborative programme that brings together emerging designer talents to create typology-shifting furniture for the collaborative way we work – and socialise – today

 

When it came to developing an innovative new furniture programme to address the increasingly collaborative way we’re choosing to work, premium furniture brand COR developed a collaborative creative model. This is COR Lab.

 

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Wed 17.12.

True Beauty Inside and Out

Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.12.2014 - Tagged as: , ,

Suspenseful: "Mell Lounge" by designer duo Jehs & Laub blends casual comfort with minimalist elegance

Suspenseful: “Mell Lounge” by designer duo Jehs & Laub blends casual comfort with minimalist elegance

In a manner of speaking, COR is interlübke’s younger sister. It was founded in 1954 – also by Leo Lübke, together with the then Prince of Bentheim-Tecklenburg. His Serene Highness’s coat of arms featured three hearts. And because producing outstanding upholstered furniture was a matter very close to the two co-founders’ hearts, they called the new enterprise COR, which is Latin for heart. (by Atrium)

 

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Wed 16.3.

‘Fossa’ by Aurélien Barbry for COR (DE)

Posted by Nora Schmidt on 16.03.2011 - Tagged as: , , , ,

'Fossa' by Aurélien Barbry for COR

‘Fossa’ is the new highly convertible sofa designed by Aurélien Barbry for the Germany manufacturer COR. Based on a very simple principle the piece is composed of cushion elements which find a stable place in recesses of the seating and can be moved or removed according to the user’s need.

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We met the Stuttgart based designers Jehs+Laub for a short interview about the new pieces they designed for the German manufacturer Cor and Interlübke. Enjoy!


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'Shrimp' by Jehs+Laub for Cor

‘Shrimp’ is the new armchair the Stuttgart based designers Jehs+Laub created for the German manufacturer Cor. The comparatively small appearing upholstery is characterised by its shell made from 2D-plywood which could be bent into the fitting shape, due to the regular gaps.

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