Jan 22 2019

New products from imm cologne 2019

imm cologne 2019 may be over, but there are other product highlights from the international interiors fair that we want to tell you about. Take a look at some of the best new products from the furnishings industry singled out by the Stylepark design platform: Voilà the "Stylepark Selected imm 2019” and the “choices presented by Stylepark”.

TICINO Kitchen from Conmoto – an outdoor kitchen of superlatives

The versatile TICINO series from Conmoto has a new addition to the family: the outdoor TICINO Kitchen. The kitchen is made up of three identically sized modules, which can be arranged as required, even around corners. All of the modules offer plenty of storage space for kitchen or grilling accessories. The large work surface is ideal for preparing meals and drinks. The intermediate sizes also offer more planning flexibility and the umbrella module features an integrated stand.

Design: Carsten Gollnick

W-2020 chair from Wagner – new chair series

Together with renowned product designer Sven von Boetticher, the engineers of the traditional Wagner chair brand have created a new chair series with virtually invisible integrated Dondola®+ technology. The joint is situated in the plastic shell, which forms the centrepiece of the W-2020 series. The sitting surface is centrally positioned and gently swings in all directions.

Design: ID AID GmbH, Sven von Boetticher

tRACK from VOLUMe K by Kesseböhmer – concept or standalone shelf system

The “tRACK” system shelf from VOLUMe K by Kesseböhmer is sure to become a timeless classic. Striking T-connectors and the airy, exciting horizontal architecture create a bold statement piece in any room. Numerous metal surfaces also offer a multitude of design possibilities: rods, connectors and steel shelves in matt nickel, black or alpine white microstructure, copper sunset or chrome can be contrasted or combined in the same colour. tRACK is available as a standalone system or as an overall design concept. 

Design: Anja Henning, Percy Bongers

Betty TK1 from &Tradition – stackable chair with seat webbing

Betty TK1 from &Tradition is a stackable chair with seat webbing designed by Jakob Thau and Sami Kallio. The straps are woven by hand from natural linen fibres and fitted specifically for each wood frame. This is a weaving technique often used in Scandinavia until the 1950s. The practical features of the Betty TK1: The woven linen seat makes the frame lighter and the more flexible and thinner surface also makes it easier to stack.  The piece is available in many colours.

Design: Thau & Kallio

Lola from Schönbuch – the exciting multi-part panels

The Lola room divider from Schönbuch creates new spaces and is a definite eye-catcher. The large elements of the room divider give it a strong presence, which can be enhanced with the right choice of colour. The model comes with three, four or five panels. There is a wide palette of colours so each panel can be lacquered in a different shade with either a matt or high-gloss finish. Lola comes in many versions – with shelves of various heights, one or more hooks or a panel with a mirrored surface. The hinges have a brass-look finish.

Design: Bodo Sperlein

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