Design – Wilkommen! is the first word you hear when you walk into a German house. But this year at IMM Cologne Bienvenidos! was quite a popular welcoming salut. The Spanish mediterranean vibe took over the fair. Check these 5 furniture designs we liked the most!
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Stackable Roll chair by MUT Design for Sancal
Valencia-based studio MUT Design brings the cheerful, open and social Mediterranean vibe to IMM Cologne with the A LA FRESCA pavilion featuring custom-design furnitures such as the Roll seat developed with Sancal which officially debut at Milan Design Week. “Its atypical silhouette, completely away from the archetype” Explains the creative director of Sancal Elena Castaño to Neo2. “The visual play of the cylinders extols an everyday and industrial object and gives it an artistic look that becomes even more evident once stacked.”
Jaime Hayon’s silhouette-ish carpet for Nanimarquina
Spanish brand Nanimarquina launches Jaime Hayon‘s Silhouette brand-new carpet available in indoor and outdoor versions. Like in Miro painting, the rug design is depicted with delicate strokes defining the silhouettes of several imaginary characters that intertwine and coexist in a beautiful composition.
Convivial outdoors by Patricia Urquiola for Cassina
Patricia Urquiola interprets the joy of living in the open air with the Trampoline love bed for Italian furniture brand Cassina. The base and the backrest are handwoven with a polypropylene rope available mélange or multicoloured, a set of lush cushions invite to dive straight into this soft, relaxing island. “During a trip to Greenland I noted these little trampolines outside the locals’ houses. This playful object inspired me to design Trampoline, a friendly haven to enjoy the outdoors in great comfort.” Explains Patricia Urquiola.
Swinging with Diabla
Who can resist the rocking movement of a swing? It is irresistible to anyone, no age limit. Diabla, a ‘hell of a’ brilliant design brand by Spanish furniture company Gandiablasco, has launched the Lena seesaw featuring a crisscross pattern in the seat inspired by cross-stitch embroidery. “Since it doesn’t have a very defined outdoor aesthetic, why not having a couple of them in the office or in a waiting room?” Suggest at Diabla.
Crafted tables from the Basque region
Silvia Cenal and Ibon Arrizabalaga have designed Gau, a collection of coffee tables in wood with metal details for Treku, a Basque furniture company with a know how in furniture and storage modular design. “The Gau table is the work of four hands” explain Cenal and Arrizabalaga.
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