Normann Copenhagen: Furniture for a new era


Classic, inviting, nostalgic and curved. That’s one way of describing the new range of lounge chairs designed by the Danish designer, Simon Legald, for Normann Copenhagen. The design is well proportioned, the lines are sharp, and the feel is contemporary. Era wants to combine modern production techniques with traditional furniture craftsmanship in a timeless and characterful design.

Verzelloni: Sofa with special folds


Compactness, functionality and dash of finess: The Italian furniture manufacturer Varzelloni describes its new the Fold system by these keywords. The collection comprises sofas, side/corner items, chaise-longue, dormeuse, dormeuse/corner and an end piece and will convince in any context – from the spacious old building with modern architecture to smaller environments.

On Tour with Brühl


It should become a versatile hideaway of the home: The high side and back panels turn the new sofa “on Tour”, made by the German manufacturer of upholstery furniture, Brühl, into a room within a room – which converts equally quickly into a perfect sleeping area. A bench that can be firmly attached should make it even more comfortable. A movable occasional table in plywood or in solid beech, oak, or walnut can be added.

KFF brings a lucky find to imm 2014


It’s often life that writes the best stories. In this particular case, it all began with a design competition held by Brakel-based moulded wood specialists Becker at interzum 2013. In the announcement, KFF owner Karl-Friedrich Förster discovered a detail drawing of a lounge chair which, it soon emerged, originated from 1967. He promptly got in touch with its creator, interior architect Dieter Sandrock, and the story took its course.