ELBE side table high

Presented: imm cologne 2017, Cologne
Stylepark-ID: 10.1593.10764
Categories: Home furnitureTablesSide tables
Product description

The step from a monochromatic into a fantastic, colourful world is at the core of e15’s exhibition concept for the Featured Editions at imm cologne 2017. Inspired by the duality of textiles, the possibility to express emotions and personality through colour, the presentation aims at showing visitors, how the choice of a textile also frames a state of mind and expresses individual taste. 

With its reduced, archetypal shape, sofa KER MAN by Philipp Mainzer and Farah Ebrahimi presents a canvas to project awareness and aspirations. The exhibition design with a centric mirror playfully reflects contrasts: the grey sofa landscape on one side seems conservative and one-dimensional, but also represents classic elegance. Like in Lewis Caroll’s novel “Through the looking glass” (1871), the visitor dives into another world behind the mirror. There, an identical sofa combination is upholstered with a bright, imaginative fabric. What some might perceive as inspiring and daring, others will find exaggerated and kitschy.

Two contrary worlds are facing each other – both strong and independent. The worlds emerge from shades, textures, through the projection of a vision. Textiles and colours are oftentimes considered at the end of a design process, even though they are among the most prominent characteristic and therefore decisive for the overall impression.
Table finish four-legged table
Table top shape circular
Material steel
Colors white
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PDF e15_Leuchten_lighting_2016.pdf 9.86 MB
PDF e15_Teaser_2016.pdf 17.42 MB
PDF e15_Hauptkatalog_2016.pdf 19.58 MB
PDF e15_Objekt_Broschuere_2016_170307_141936.pdf 22.52 MB
PDF e15_Accessoire_Broschuere_2015_170307_141949.pdf 14.94 MB