New products 2018
Discover our new products and developments for 2018 that we presented at imm cologne 2018.
Inspired by 1970s lines and designs, Brazilian Guilherme Torres presents a coffee table of casual elegance.
The three sizes are coordinated in a way that allows the tables to be arranged individually or as a group and with overlapping tabletops, like a dynamic sculpture.
Piega Mirror by Victoria Wilmotte, 2018
With the Piega Mirror French designer Victoria Wilmotte brings an object of extraordinary crystalline elegance to living environments. The bends and folds of the mirror-polished stainless steel create a fascinating play with the refraction of light in any room. With its three-dimensional structure, the mirror thus becomes a vivid object.
Piega Mirror has just been awarded winner by Stylepark Selected imm cologne 2018.
Pli Table by Victoria Wilmotte, 2017 - new with coloured marble
In 2018 the Pli Table presents itself with a selection of tabletops in spectacular marble patterns and colours.
We are delighted to present the Pli Table as winner in wallpaper* magazine’s Design Awards 2018.
In addition, this table as well as the Tadaima Console by designers A+A Cooren will be used in the ‘Das HAUS – Interiors on Stage’ project by Lucie Koldova at imm cologne
Cypris Mirror by Nina Mair, 2015 - new in round shape
Due to its natural or burnished brass surface, Cypris is reminiscent of 1950s elegance. The depth of the frame is visually doubled in the mirror and takes on a special formal conciseness while remaining a fine line when viewed on the edge.
The round Cypris Mirror with its generous diameter complements the Cypris series with a third version.
Tadaima Console by A+A Cooren, 2017
With its lightweight, sculptural forms, the Tadaima console by the designer couple welcomes one arriving home. The Japanese word “Tadaima” means as much as “I am back.” Like a bowl or leaf, the console provides space for personal things we carry in our pockets.
Bell Table by Sebastian Herkner, 2012 - new with marble tabletop
The Bell Table by Sebastian Herkner with tabletop versions in black and white marble.