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IMM Cologne 2020: The Highlights of Day 4!Friday 17 January 2020
IMM Cologne 2020 is almost wrapping up and we already have a couple of highlights from this unique showcase experience. From the Pure Editions contest to the Future Interiors from Germany, the event had a lot to show for in regards to design trends which will be defining the rest of this year. CovetED will be showing you some essentials so far.
When it comes to novelties Levi, the worktable by Marie Kurstjens and Iva Coskun has won the Pure Talent Contest! This innovative workpiece is mobile, lightweight, intuitive, and can be assembled and disassembled without tools. Its X-base is a space-saving design for easy stowing and, flat-packed keeps storage and transport costs down.
In the event’s Pure Editions, IMM Cologne provides a unique chance for creative brands to present visionary furniture and interior design concepts within an open frame. This is one of the areas that you can check out if you’re looking for full-on design inspiration.
Sleep is a recurring topic throughout this edition. Yesterday at the Sleep Lounge in Hall 9, B040 held another Pillow Talk. The initiative has put experts from different disciplines together for 30 minutes in order to explore and have an open discussion on the topic of sleep from different perspectives.
Meanwhile, another initiative you can’s afford to miss is the stands dedicated to Germany’s best in furniture design. Within this area, in Hall 10.2 there is a trend exhibition “Future Interiors – designed in Germany!“, which is an indicator of the innovation huge performance range that the German furniture design scene is providing worldwide.
While you’re there take a moment to have a look at the Das Haus pavilion, a full-sized home reflecting on contemporary lifestyle. This area is based off from the Spanish lifestyle in an area that is reminiscent of a classical pavilion. The whole area dissolves into four round rooms styled with minimalist furnishings that are arranged around a central residual space and completely open outwards.
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