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Selected manufacturers at imm cologne 2013
Selected manufacturers at imm cologne 2013
09 January 2013

Each year, imm cologne is the first event to present the latest home trends for Europe and overseas. Over 1,050 exhibitors from more than 50 countries will present their innovations at the furniture fair. An exhibitor schedule presents the most important manufacturers.

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Jörg Boner: A romantic look to the days of industrialization
Jörg Boner: A romantic look to the days of industrialization
09 January 2013

“…The ground has our utmost attention…”

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Mark Braun: The DNA of wood
Mark Braun: The DNA of wood
09 January 2013

“…combine different types of wood in homage to the material’s diversity…”

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Tomás Alonso: Furniture made of laminate
Tomás Alonso: Furniture made of laminate
09 January 2013

“…to be honest I had never really stopped to think about laminate flooring before…”

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Selected manufacturers at BAU 2013
Selected manufacturers at BAU 2013
09 January 2013

The BAU, world’s leading trade fair for architecture, materials and systems, celebrates its 20 year anniversary in 2013. A list of selected exhibitors shows you which manufacturers are to be found where.

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Eyes to the ground!
Eyes to the ground!
by Thomas Wagner | 08 January 2013

When designer Stefan Diez agrees to design a presentation setting for the domotex in which artists, designers and exhibitors consider the theme of “flooring” one has every good reason to be excited. From January 12 through 15 you can make up your mind on the fruits of these innovative collaborations.

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Cologne – romantic, more or less
Cologne – romantic, more or less
by Thomas Wagner | 08 January 2013

It’s all go again in Cologne! Everybody is getting ready for imm Cologne, but that’s by no means all the city has to offer. We’re already looking forward to the furniture frenzy, “Passagen” Interior Design Week, Designer of the Year, and of course to Cologne, Kölsch beer and critique. Or will it all be much more romantic than we think?

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Diez & Domotex or From the ground up: there’s still some life in flooring design
Diez & Domotex or
From the ground up: there’s still some life in flooring design
by Uta Abendroth | 07 January 2013

If you’ve seen one trade fair you’ve seen them all, right? Domotex in Hanover is proof that it doesn’t have to be that way, that unusual concepts are most certainly welcome. In Stefan Diez the organizers have not only got an excellent designer on board, but they have let themselves in for a rather exciting experiment. Before the trade fair kicks off, Uta Abendroth spoke to Stefan Diez about his approach, his favorite flooring and designers who are still looking for something.

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One trade fair rarely comes alone
One trade fair rarely comes alone
by Daniel von Bernstorff | 04 January 2013

Between mid-January and mid-March there will be plenty of excuses to visit every corner of Europe. And learn a great deal about building, gardening and interiors along the way. Here we have compiled a must-have guide to the most important trade fairs for both the professionals and all the other aficionados from the worlds of architecture and design.

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2013 or enough of all this superstition
2013 or enough of all this superstition
by Thomas Wagner | 01 January 2013

Happy New Year! Sure, everything hasn’t transformed overnight or even got better. But does this necessarily mean that 13 is an unlucky number?

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Mobility in the cities of tomorrow
Mobility in the cities of tomorrow
by Verena Dauerer | 31 December 2012

Developed as part of the “Audi Urban Future Initiative” and the “Audi Urban Future Award”, the “mooove.com” online platform and the accompanying context-based search engine we.moove.com first went live in October 2012. Anyone can use them to find out more about how our cities and metropolitan regions will look in 2030.

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The construct of privacy
The construct of privacy
by Jörg Zimmermann | 27 December 2012

Is there still a boundary between what is private and what is public? In its consideration of this question, the “Dornbracht Conversations” in Berlin’s Kunst-Werke – KW Institute for Contemporary Art turned into something of a verbose stocktaking.

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Open a door each day
Open a door each day
23 December 2012

Do you know your architecture and design? Do you read our News&Stories articles, regularly receive our Newsletter or use our database for research? And do you like tackling tricky questions?



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Now try to keep hold of your senses!
Now try to keep hold of your senses!
by Milenka Thomas | 21 December 2012

A paradise of chocolate, bonbons and candy canes – no, we’re not talking about “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”. This place can be found right here in Frankfurt. A visit to the chocolaterie Bitter & Zart.

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The Studio
The Studio
by Thomas Wagner | 20 December 2012

While the architect has his office, and the designer his workshop, the artist has a studio.

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Preferred method of transportation
Preferred method of transportation
by Thomas Edelmann | 19 December 2012

Hamburg has splashed out on a new subway line with two new, well-designed train stations. One is for the most part still closed since there are no finished buildings close by. But one day there will be thousands using the new route to travel through the city. That’s a promise!

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Dear Santa…
Dear Santa…
by Thomas Wagner | 17 December 2012

The Christmas season. It’s the time of year when Christmas lists are made and presents are exchanged. Here the Stylepark team share their festive gift recommendations – and introduce themselves while they’re at it.

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Cinder blocks and low-mast street lighting
Cinder blocks and low-mast street lighting
by Thomas Wagner | 14 December 2012

Are we already starting to miss her, the good old “Ostplatte”? And how about our notion of “city lighting” in Berlin? Two card games enlighten us on the ways in which you can toy around with history and learn something in the process.

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