Stylepark imm cologne 2017
Surprisingly light in appearance

Vibration-proof: “Kosi” by Moritz von Schmeling for Zeitraum

That a box-spring doesn’t have to be bulky, but can look light on its feet and delicate, is demonstrated by “Kosi” invented by the young designer Moritz von Schmeling for Zeitraum. Well-crafted and with an unusual construction, the box-spring frame with pocket-spring core is positioned on a cross-strutted frame, whose ends are joined to four oval woods. The mattress lies unaffixed on top and is gently rounded like the frame, which adds to the optical lightness.

The model is available in light ash, walnut or oak, either stained or left untreated, and in four different widths ranging from 140 to 200 cm. The optional headrest made of CNC shaped wood underlines the artisanal character of “Kosi,” which has an accompanying bedside table and upholstered bench, if desired. And with all this light-footedness, anyone who fears the bed cannot withstand all the things it is intended for should know that the frame make the bed vibration-proof. (mm)

Zeitraum, hall 3.2, booth D 24
imm cologne, koelnmesse
January 16-21, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
January 22, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.