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Werner and the Cologne charts
Werner and the Cologne charts
by Thomas Wagner | 06 January 2014

“Welcome Ladies and Gentlemen. Cologne calling. We’re presenting the international interior furniture fair to you.” It’s imm cologne time again and much sounds like the old top-of-the-pops charts. So let’s check out who or what’s behind the current line-up.

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In Louise Campbell’s bed
In Louise Campbell’s bed
by Adeline Seidel | 05 January 2014

A 30-meter-long bed and a wall of tools. Those are the suggestions Danish designer Louise Campbell has made for “The House” installation at the imm cologne. Is she taking the industry to task with a critique of consumerism? The “sneak preview” in her studio gave cause for hope.

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Dance the Boomerang Tango!
Dance the Boomerang Tango!
by Daniel von Bernstorff | 03 January 2014

The “Featured Editions” at the imm cologne is taking place for the second time, curated by Stylepark together with the trade-fair team led by creative director Dick Spierenburg. A total of 14 selected designer/manufacturer combos present experimental installations, from the spectacular to the quiet, from the poetic to the sculptural.

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Don’t like everything!
Don’t like everything!
by Thomas Wagner | 02 January 2014

If a critical stance is the order of the day in the Mecca of German media freaks, will electronic networks such as Facebook cease to be as well accepted in the world after Snowden’s NSA revelations?

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2014 or on Holy Helpers
2014 or on Holy Helpers
by Thomas Wagner | 01 January 2014

Welcome to 2014! Now that the clock is well past 12, and we are almost done with 13, too, it’s time to start wondering what 14 might hold in store…

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Bauhaus master with speared heart
Bauhaus master with speared heart
by Jochen Stöckmann | 29 December 2013

The “Herbert Bayer: Berliner Jahre – Werbegrafik 1928 – 1938” show at the Bauhaus Archive in Berlin presents the creative output of a designer who vacillated between Bauhaus ideals and currying favor with the Nazis.

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Monomade in Tokyo
Monomade in Tokyo
by Uta Abendroth | 25 December 2013

In Tokyo “urban manufacturing” is not just some post-economic crisis slogan, but lived practice day in day out. In Taitō, one of the oldest districts, furniture, bags, paper lanterns and silver tea-ceremony vessels are being made in tiny workshops – and often by craftsmen seated on the floor in the traditional Japanese style.

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Uncle Tom’s Jacket
Uncle Tom’s Jacket
by Martina Metzner | 22 December 2013

For some time designers and architects have been making inroads into the world of fashion. Now Tom Dixon’s collection for Adidas is hitting the stores. High on garments, low on trend, and with bags that can be transformed into textile furniture.



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Get your teeth into it
Get your teeth into it
by Stylepark | 20 December 2013

For its October 2014 edition, the Biennale Interieur in Kortrijk has launched the new “Spaces” Design Award for hospitality concepts – and is now collaborating with the French creative camp Domaine de Boisbuchet.



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Petter’s perfect landing
Petter’s perfect landing
by Uta Abendroth | 18 December 2013

His search for an alarm clock and the ensuing frustration were cause enough. The experience prompted Petter Neby to establish his own company for electrical home appliances – Punkt. So far it sells three products, and they are the quintessence of Neby’s design philosophy: Keep it simple and pure, and make it to last.

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Speed Pitch for the   Audi Urban Future Award 2014
Speed Pitch for the
Audi Urban Future Award 2014
by Stylepark | 16 December 2013

Decide which US-Team of creative thinkers and enablers should take part at the Audi Urban Future Award 2014!
The candidates in the speed pitch have widely differing interpretations of the data theme. Team 1 analyzes the question of which mobility services people want. Team 2 puts its faith in research results from the field of gamification. Team 3’s thesis is that data can create precious space in combination with technologies for cities and their residents.



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With merry wishes
With merry wishes
15 December 2013

Our Stylepark team gathered, snapped shots and committed them to paper: Best wishes for a happy holiday season and a joyous new year!

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Revitalization at the touch of a switch
Revitalization at the touch of a switch
by Jochen Stöckmann | 13 December 2013

It was not so much aesthetic architectural approaches that were called for as temporary solutions with a socio-cultural touch: For the second time Berlin has challenged Europe’s architects to submit entries for the “Urban Intervention Award”. A prize somewhere between “cute” and “best practice”.

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Domotex & Stylepark:  Rolling out the carpet
Domotex & Stylepark:
Rolling out the carpet
11 December 2013

“Innovations@Domotex” is a new concept that prepares the ground for architects and designers in the run-up to and at the upcoming Domotex. The platform curated by Stylepark offers plenty of possibilities here, including a special website, a trend forum, lectures, guided tours and a pocket-size brochure.

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Incompleted: Frankfurt at a glance
Incompleted: Frankfurt at a glance
by Peter Cachola Schmal | 11 December 2013

On behalf of Stylepark, the Director of Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM) takes a close look at DOM Publishers’ new “Architectural Guide to Frankfurt/Main”.



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Cantonal, red, tricky
Cantonal, red, tricky
by Michael Kasiske | 08 December 2013

Moritz Schmid, This Weber and Jörg Boner represent a new generation of Swiss designers, who are beginning to step out from behind the shadows of design heavyweights such as Alfredo Häberli and Hannes Wettstein. A tour of their workshop gives you a great idea of their creative work/output.

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Precise, coherent, Zwicky
Precise, coherent, Zwicky
by Michael Kasiske | 06 December 2013

Whether it’s Max Bill’s “Ulmer Hocker” in red or storage boxes that call to mind overseas trunks: The interior design show “Neue Räume” presents all things familiar – in a fresh look. A concept that goes down a real treat with the Swiss clientele.

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Rethinking surfaces
Rethinking surfaces
05 December 2013

Jürgen Mayer H. is the brain behind the extraordinary surface designs set to catch the eye at “Innovations@Domotex", on show as part of the upcoming Domotex. Oliver G. Hamm chatted with the Berlin-based architect about exhibition architecture and the impact the 1970s have had on his creative work.

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