With his distinctive love for detail, Gdansk-born fashion designer Dawid Tomaszewski is known for his avant-garde design and uncompromisingly perfect fits. Art, architecture and music are the sources of inspiration for his creations. Now, Tomaszewski has produced a new design to clothe a wing chair from the â€śfreistilâ€ť (freestyle) range by sofa label Rolf Benz. The result can be seen this coming January at imm cologne.
He is one of the most flamboyant figures on the German designer and fashion scene. But Harald GlĂ¶Ă¶ckler creates more than just fashion under his label PompĂ¶Ă¶s. To crown it all, he wants to extend his realm to the interior landscape, whether itâ€™s with wallpaper, lighting, home accessories or even a complete prefabricated house. Now the Prince of PompĂ¶Ă¶s is launching a box spring bed collection.
For Verzelloni, the Zoe lounge chair has been a classic which has constantly evolved and presented itself in a new guise many times over. To celebrate its tenth anniversary, the company has splashed out on new clothes for its birthday child.
Redesign walls every day to adapt them to your life: move box shelves, reposition mirrors, simply push the coat rack a metre to the left â€“ without having to drill holes or move furniture. The new magnetic board system â€śnow! magâ€ś by HĂĽlsta makes design really easy.
With the Pli side table French designer Victoria Wilmotte brings an object of unusual crystalline elegance and astonishing geometry to living environments. The bends and folds that gave Pli its name almost make the stainless steel base look like an oversized finely polished precious stone.
Designer, scenographer and lecturer (Camondo, Beaux-Arts), Vincent Tordjman devises his work in a global fashion, considering that each facet of his professional life is permeable to the others. The play of material and immaterial components against each other are all fields of research and innovation. In addition, light is the perfect playground for the material (the floor lamp) to interact with the material (its light). No question of Vincent Tordjman designing just another floor lamp or limiting himself to an exploration of shapes, whether attractive or new.
Whether as a desk, a console or a make-up desk, Sol is truly multi-talented. Two interlocking extendable shells â€“ one made of natural wood, the other upholstered with leather â€“ form the basic concept. Twounique versions are available: Supported by two legs or four-legged. Sol cuts a good figure in the home offices as well as in the bedroom, hall or bathroom.
Attitude wants to create an oasis of calm in any home. A place to unwind and gather your thoughts. With its softly yielding cushions and the rounded armrests, Kati Meyer-BrĂĽhl has designed a cosy piece of furniture with some special features.
The imm cologne is a business trade fair. Only that which is completely developed, sophisticated in terms of its production technology, tested and found to be ready for the market finds its way here. And that’s a quality criterion that has its own fascination. The Furnishing Cologne campaign, which is already in its fifth year, shows how inspiring the dichotomy of perfection and improvisation can be.
Meinhard von Gerkan is one of the most acclaimed German architects worldwide. Airports, stations, trade fair centres, cultural centres, stadia: von Gerkan realises iconic buildings with his team of architects at Â»gmp Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und PartnerÂ«, an architectural partnership that will be celebrating its fiftieth anniversary this year. The furnishing of Berlin’s Tegel Airport in 1975 marked the start of the collaboration with Walter Knoll. Since then, there have been a number of successful joint projects all over the world. In the interview Meinhard von Gerkan takls about his work and long-standing partnership with Walter Knoll.