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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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Return of the grid

by Markus Frenzl

Return of the grid
System furniture was long considered the epitome of no-fun and über-rational design, but now it is undergoing a revival. The new items of system furniture are proof that functionalist Modernism is being seen in a new light and mark the end
of the heyday of design art and limited editions.
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News & Stories | Salone del Mobile Milan 2010

Almost everything that is new!

by Daniel von Bernstorff

Almost everything that is new!
Salone del Mobile 2010 has been and gone. Which of the new designs will endure, and which will swiftly be forgotten? The Stylepark ABC of the most persuasive new products predicts what may that future may be.
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Here’s to the new!

by Daniel von Bernstorff

Here’s to the new!
The time has come around again for the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan to open its doors and for the design world to flock to the northern Italian city. And, as always, the question that's being asked is: who has the most beautiful new things to offer? Here is a small foretaste.

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Eric Degenhardt - Constructed Volumes

by Vera Siegmund

Eric Degenhardt - Constructed Volumes
If architecture approximates to the outer covering, i.e., the skin of a room, then the interior and the people who use it are its inside. It is only these that give the room its definition. Accordingly, design is the interface between a building and its inside. This is the disarming logic used by Cologne-based designer Eric Degenhardt to explain his move from one design discipline to another.
A step up in life: Mono by Steffen Kehrle
The Barcelona Pastiche

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Selected Exhibitors at imm cologne 2011

Selected Exhibitors at imm cologne 2011
At the beginning of every year the trade fair imm cologne presents new international home trends. We present the list of selected manufacturers to found out which exhibitors they are, and where you can find them.

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A Minor Master of Modernism

by Mathias Remmele

A Minor Master of Modernism
Herbert Hirche - only the design cognoscente tend to know his name today. Now Werkbundarchiv in Berlin is hosting a retrospective to mark the 100th anniversary of the designer's birthday. It gives an idea of the breadth and quality of Hirche's oeuvre.
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News & Stories | Salone del Mobile Milan 2010

On your marks, get ready for… Milan

by Daniel von Bernstorff

On your marks, get ready for… Milan
To obtain an overview over the new products in the run-up to the international furniture fair "Salone del Mobile" in Milan, Stylepark has combed through the maze of highpoints to give you a foretaste of some of the product highlights you can expect.

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A mobile architectural unit

by Nancy Jehmlich

A mobile architectural unit
Designer Eric Degenhardt studied architecture, which might be one reason why dealing with space has always been high on his list of priorities. He has also long been interested in parasitic architectures. At the imm in Cologne he presented his mobile unit "Landed" together with Richard Lampert.