International Interior Show IMM Cologne-2014 presented the new trends of the market. Creativity, naturalness and individuality are the main criteria in interior design.
A tent in the room
A room, decorated in one style, is no longer in vogue. Now the trending interior contains details, which reflect the host’s inner world and dreams, stories from his life. Designer Alexander Seifried’s inspirations by his travel experiences resulted in a model, which looks like a separate tent in the room. The model was designed for the German company Richard Lampert. It gives the room a special touch.
A rocking sofa
Artist Jane Worthington came up with a surround and very comfortable rocking sofa, designed for the Dutch furniture manufacturer Leolux. Her project has received the Interior Innovation Award, established by the Association of German Industrial Designers.
Wire mesh classics
The famous armchair was designed by Charles Eames and his wife Ray more than 60 years ago, and it continues to be reinterpreted by new designers. Using wire mesh, Dieter Thiel has created his own version of the chair for Baden-W?rttemberg-based furniture manufacturer, Vitra.
This year Gubi, Muuto, Norman Copenhagen and many other Scandinavian brands are back in full force. Their trademarks are natural materials, wood and glass. Expect small-scale furniture that can actually fit into any living room.
Dane Verner Panton (1926-1998) is considered to be a revolutionary in the field of furniture design. 50 years ago, for the first time he presented his lamp at the furniture fair in Cologne, which he developed for the “Fun” collection. That time his work was ridiculed. Today his Fun lighting fixtures are the most popular products of the Danish company Verpan.
Houseplants are back in fashion. Canadian company Bocci offers original glowing vases with live plants, which would be the best decoration not only for balconies, terraces and loggias, but also for living rooms.
This model of the bed Shine was developed by Italian designers of the Capo d’Opera company. Surrounded by green plants, one can feel like in the middle of the jungles.
The world-famous German company Hansgrohe relies on innovative design. The shower, produced by Hansgrohe, proves it. Pipes, joints, steel wiring elegant are the main decorative component.
Iron coffee table
A young Italian company De Castelli is using metal as a material for interiors. In Cologne they presented a coffee table from iron. The acid-treated iron has a very unusual surface texture.
A chair of concrete
The chair designed by German company Concrete Urban Design, does not fear humidity, frost and heat. It is made of concrete. And to avoid rust they used fiberglass instead of iron reinforcement. This furniture is extremely durable, and it looks stylish and impressive.
Lights for the supermarkets
The Serbian designers behind Supermarket developed a light filament made up of one surface, instead of lots of individual light sources. At a price of around 50,000 euros
Multi-functionality is a trend
For the third year in a row, the furnishings show has invited a young, international designer to deck out the interior of a whole house. Danish-English designer Louise Campbell came up with the concept of one big open area, with no rooms or separate functional spaces. Her kitchen, for example, could also be a workshop.
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