The special exhibition “Pure Talents Contest” at imm cologne (Hall 3.1) will show smart product concepts, offbeat ideas and solid craftsmanship in a tremendous diversity encompassing everything within the world of interior design, from ultra-simple furniture and textile works to home accessories and lamps through to conceptual design. Today we present the lamp 60Â° of Svenja Katharina Jakobs and Jonas Wansing and the two seating furniture Cellastic and Temi of Hiroyuki Morita.
On its way to becoming a holistic furnishings and interior design trade fair, imm cologne will continue its decisive development in the coming year – from a display of products to a forum at which the design worlds of tomorrow are displayed.
The framework for this development will be the new sequence of days from Tuesday, 19 January to Sunday, 24 January 2010 and the changed opening hours of 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The public days will remain Saturday and Sunday.
“imm cologne as a trade fair is subject to constant change and must reflect changes in the market – both from the point of view of offerings and in the manner of its presentation. We want to show visitors that in Cologne you can experience business anew”, says Udo Traeger, head of the Furniture, Interior Design and Textiles division at Koelnmesse.