1st place: The trends at imm cologne 2019
imm cologne reports always have a very special place in the ambista magazine. It’s no surprise, then, that the article on the trends at the international interior business event was the most read report. It doesn’t just present interesting home interiors ideas – it also provides fresh momentum for the furniture market. Read the full article.
2nd place: The kitchen-living room mix
More and more people live alone. For this reason, it’s increasingly important for many people to eat together. The trend for communal eating doesn’t just bring friends and family together around a restaurant or cafe table. Growing numbers are meeting in private, too, to cook and eat together. Read the full article.
3rd place: New future study: “Living Trends 2035”
What influence will spatial, demographic, technological and social developments have on how people want to live in the future? This question and many others are answered in our article on the future study “Living Trends 2035”. The findings are exciting, but the best way to find out more is to read them yourself. Read the full article.
4th place: IKEA: e-commerce is the future
The fourth article in our list provides interesting insights into IKEA’s current strategy. Online is currently the biggest issue for the Swedish furniture retailer. Our article on the key e-commerce developments within the company, once a digital holdout, found large numbers of fans among our readers. Read the full article.
5th place: The six winner types at imm cologne 2019
And yet another article on imm cologne has made it into our list of the top five most read articles in the ambista magazine. Which interiors trends are emerging, ending and still going strong? You’ll know all after reading the article The six winner types at imm cologne 2019. Read the full article.
We want to know what you think
Which issues would you like to see covered in the ambista magazine? What type of industry news interests you especially? You’re welcome to leave some suggestions for reports you’d like to see in the comments field below this article. Perhaps your suggestion will appear in our second instalment of top five articles.