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As time goes by

News & Stories | imm cologne 2016

by Adeline Seidel

As time goes by

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.

Lousy fakes
Not without my quilt
Walnut doesn’t need the peeling treatment
What only the giraffe knows
Solid trio
Forget those old banana boxes
News for Cologne –<br/> from Böwer to Zeitraum
Salone, Salone<br/> or<br/> Twelve Milan stories
I like the Original
Colour Attack!
What a relief – The Milan marathon part 1
Design is an attitude
A creative oasis among the hustle and bustle
2 questions to Philipp Mainzer

News & Stories

Wish I was a Red Indian – imm Cologne Part 1

by Thomas Wagner

Wish I was a Red Indian – imm Cologne Part 1
What emerged at the imm Cologne in 2011 was that the fair has steadied, and in the form of "Living Kitchen" and "Pure Textiles" has gained two important new areas. Thus, the Cologne hodge-podge of the diversity of homes has something for everyone, for a man of the world, a man of the masses, and for kids, too. That said, the high-end design did not live up to expectations.
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Helping hallways

News & Stories | imm cologne 2016

by Adeline Seidel

Helping hallways

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.

Rip-off hunter, Card players,
and a bird

News & Stories | imm cologne 2016

Rip-off hunter, Card players, <br/>and a bird

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.

In the ring! imm cologne Featured Editions 2016
Lay down your head
Breaking <br/>with marble
Clerics meet Matrizia
Full moon before the crescent
Furniture Suspense
Ata, applied?
Lights on at e15:<br /> North by Eva Marguerre and Marcel Besau
Twelve adult playgrounds
Good designers, successful products – Milan Marathon part 3
This That Other: Stefan Diez has a new trick up his sleeve for e15
The Barcelona Pastiche

News & Stories | Salone del Mobile 2012

Clearing out the comfy corner

by Jörg Zimmermann

Clearing out the comfy corner
Architect Ferdinand Kramer not only made his name with modern, unadorned buildings and urban planning, but also, throughout his life, designed furniture whose formal vocabulary was clear and functional. At the Salone des Mobile in Milan e15 is showing a re-edition of Kramer's furniture, featuring eight of his designs.
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Architecture | Hospitality

Nobis Hotel Stockholm

Nobis Hotel Stockholm
The architects and designers at Claesson Koivisto Rune in Stockholm designed the interior of the Nobis Hotel in Stockholm.
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