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See Some of the Best Moments of Day 3 of IMM Cologne 2020!Thursday 16 January 2020
IMM Cologne 2020 is carrying on and defining many relevant trends which will be defining 2020 as a whole. The event continues with many highlights to account for within furniture conceptions. CovetED will be telling you a little about what’s been going on within this amazing event.
The Pure Initiative was another initiative in which IMM Cologne has gathered many possibilities. Many aspiring designers have met and made contact within the Pure Campus where they exchanged ideas, prototypes and made networking initiatives overall. This exchange went down with both potential partners and clients allowing for a big exchange of contacts among design enthusiasts.
Within Hall 3.2, Berlin-based artist Studio Lena Petersen gave a demonstration in which she transformed current trade fair vibes into a huge canvas. The main goal of this unique expo was to properly show the possibilities of when art meets interior design.
The Talks on the Stage gave a more practical approach in the list of talks of yesterday. Some of the themes in a discussion yesterday where the Future of Digital Retail for Home & Living, Smart Space Solutions for Small Homes, A Reflection on Hotel and Office Design, and even another insight into Current Colour and Material Trends for the Interior 2020+.
A dominant trend within the main concept of IMM Cologne 2020 is the prevalent tendency of fusing outdoor and indoor furniture. Both the concepts are more and more merged, with many furniture designers betting a lot more on weatherproof outdoor furniture that also looks good indoors.
Meanwhile, throughout the rest of the halls of the main event, there was a huge preview of the latest products, colours, material and trends. Within Hall 11.1 in particular, inspiration continues to flow with the help of brands such as DelightFULL, Maison Valentina, BRABBU, and more. If you’re there, give a swing to see the latest novelties in the luxury design field.