Jan 18 2018

Novalties at the imm cologne - minimalist, casual, cosy

How will we live in the future? The imm cologne exhibtors present their latest products. Cosy beds, practical, combinable sofas and impressive tables await visitors to the imm cologne 2018.

Schramm – Ono (Design: Sebastian Herkner)

Sebastian Herkner wanted to make reading, working and breakfasting in bed as comfortable as possible. The cosy padded cushions in the Ono bed by Schramm Werkstätten are an invitation to relax. For the very busy designer and frequent traveller, these comfort zones are incredibly important.

Schönbuch – Grace (Sebastian Herkner)

With its minimalist form, Schönbuch’s reinterpretation of the trolley table (design: Sebastian Herkner) can also be used as a mobile bar, a side table or a filing system for the home office. The design draws on 1950s architecture. Grace is available in black, midnight blue and rosewood. The top glass layer is painted on the reverse in a coordinating colour.

Tom Taylor – Heaven Casual

imm cologne visitors at the ADA stand will be greeted by an entire apartment with two bedrooms, a living and dining area, a guest room and home office, and a bathroom – in a coordinated design style called Heaven Casual by the brand Tom Taylor.

Indera – Hug

With Hug, Belgian furniture supplier Indera presents a modular sofa with endless combination possibilities. In addition to a variety of back and arm units and seat modules in different dimensions, the series also includes practical tables and storage elements so that you can create your very own relaxation zone. The soft, quilted upholstery resembles a warm bedspread, a homely cocoon where you can relax after an active day.

Conte Caserta – Giant table made from a single piece of wood

The tabletop is produced from a single piece of acacia wood and measures 420 x 150 x 8 cm. The giant table is on display for the first time ever at Conte Caserta’s stand (A001 in Hall 11.1) at the imm cologne 2018 international interiors show in Cologne. Conte Caserta manufactures unique, solid-wood tabletops from golden-brown acacia cut from the middle of the tree and processed in one piece. The individual grain extends like a painting over the whole surface.