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Gunnar Sören Petersen
Gunnar Sören Petersen
07 February 2016

: goes to festivals and folds up furniture

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Frankfurt Off-Field
Frankfurt Off-Field
05 February 2016

New housing? Clueless politicians.

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A question of balance
A question of balance
02 February 2016

Marie Christine Dorner is convinced that a piece of furniture must look good from all sides, even from below. Uta Abendroth talked with the interior architect and designer about her new creations for Ligne Roset.

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Get knotted!
Get knotted!
01 February 2016

A carpet like a piece of desert, Astroturf for the children’s room, and any amount of color for carpets: What Piero Lissoni and Vanessa Brady noticed when wandering round the Domotex.

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Please swap partners
Please swap partners
01 February 2016

“Kin” is the name of the family of storage units that Mathias Hahn designed for Zeitraum. The units are made of solid wood, so the designer reveals in conversation with Martina Metzner, and function just as well on their own as they do individually.

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Helping hallways
Helping hallways
by Adeline Seidel | 01 February 2016

Living space is precious, which is why hallways are often cramped and dark. But entrances can be inviting, uncluttered and elegant if you want them to be.

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Velvet and yearning
Velvet and yearning
by Sandra Hofmeister | 29 January 2016

Be it new designs or re-issued classics: velvet covers were omnipresent at the imm cologne. But why?

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Hello, welcome, I am Jean Paul Gaultier
Hello, welcome, I am Jean Paul Gaultier
by Annette Tietenberg | 27 January 2016

The Jean Paul Gaultier retrospective at the Hypo-Kulturstiftung art gallery in Munich shows why fashion is increasingly present(ed) in museums and art institutions: Haute couturiers not only appeal to a larger audience, but also change the nature of displays.

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Sliced  chair
Sliced
chair
25 January 2016

It’s back: “Slice” by Pierre Charpin. Martina Metzner spoke to the French designer about his unusual armchair.

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As time goes by
As time goes by
by Adeline Seidel | 22 January 2016

Revivals, evergreens and many colors: imm cologne 2016 likes sending its visitors time traveling. Since it is becoming ever harder to offer something really new, the option is to resort to the archive and refine things.

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Highbrow discussions by the fireside
Highbrow discussions by the fireside
22 January 2016

For the fourth time Stylepark, together with AD Magazin and Marc Meiré, invited guests from the worlds of design, architecture, and art to a soirée on the first day of the imm cologne fair: They enjoyed it until the early hours of the morning.

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Rip-off hunter, Card players,  and a bird
Rip-off hunter, Card players,
and a bird
22 January 2016

Playing boule at Pulpo, pulling teeth out at e15 and you could easily lose your bearings in the Conmoto kaleidoscope: the stage was set for the Featured Editions at the imm cologne.

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Woven, not tufted
Woven, not tufted
21 January 2016

Hella Jongerius goes for carpets: Uta Abendroth spoke to the designer about her five new models for Danskina.

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Flooring stories
Flooring stories
by Uta Abendroth | 19 January 2016

Floors are getting whiter and parquets now have a face: A tour of the Domotex.

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Lowdensity Polyethylene
Lowdensity Polyethylene
by Thomas Wagner | 18 January 2016

In the guise of “LDPE” Julian Faulhaber has produced a quite extraordinary photobook.

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The gateway to the world  and its genius loci
The gateway to the world
and its genius loci
18 January 2016

Safety first: Michael Baumgarten at Christoph Mäckler Architekten talked with Katharina Sommer about architectural design processes and security systems for new airports.

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Networked, but disenchanted
Networked, but disenchanted
18 January 2016

Smart lighting, bankrupt electricians and photographed butter dishes: On the advantages and disadvantages of networked homes. Developer Martin Walter in conversation with Thomas Edelmann.

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More than light and luminaires
More than light and luminaires
by Sara Bertsche | 15 January 2016

Healing light, technologies for intelligent buildings and solutions for energy management that have been well thought-through. We have summarized the highlights of this year’s Light + Building for you.

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