Hella Jongerius, Netherlands (*1963)
I study and look at the collection and try to “get it”.The collection and the craftmanship of the people working in the manufactory is of such a high quality that it is very inspiring.Each time that I visit Nymphenburg, it feels like I’m taking part of a well kept secret, a rendez-vous.”
Loud colors, pastel hues and any amount of highlights. New, unusual color designs for tables, chairs and sofas really stimulated the eye in Milan. Following fashion’s suit. The best example is Vitra with a new color concept for its classics. From occasional contrasts to complete color harmony – the trend is definitely for interiors to become more colorful. And a good thing, too.› To the article
Aestheticizing the seemingly imperfect
During imm Cologne, the Museum für Angewandte Kunst opened a special kind of exhibition: “Isn’t it romantic? – Contemporary Design Balancing between Poetry and Provocation”. An homage to the longing for a world that isn’t always perfect.› To the article
What should offices be? A small town or a camping site?
Orgatec 2012 in Cologne presents the 21st-century office as an urban landscape in colors as fresh as spring itself. Seldom does one feel so content at work – be it alone in a cocoon or in a meeting in a sheltered seating group.› To the article