Organic design at IMM Cologne – Organically shaped furniture pieces are a big trend this day and a huge source of inspiration for a modern design. This natured inspired pieces often with an unusual look help compose interiors with a fascinating arrangement. I present to you the best examples of this noble art that are showcasing at IMM Cologne.
Industrial designer Kenneth Cobonpue takes its unique pieces to IMM Cologne. The furniture designer known for mixing natural materials with innovative handmade techniques will be showcasing at Hall 03.1, Stand A070.
Japanese design studio Nendo has created a collection of pieces that look like they’re peeled away from wooden stems.
The new range of furniture has the name Splinter and includes a chair, a coat stand, side table and two mirrors. The new pieces will be presented at IMM Cologne.
“We splintered each piece of wood as though peeling it away” says Nendo. “We kept larger pieces of wood at their original thickness to provide strength where necessary, and used thin pieces of wood that had splintered off for more delicate parts.”
COD Furniture collection
In the new collection COD furniture, Rami Taref takes his values of craftsmanship one step further. The collection composed of two chairs are handmade and made for Gaga & Design.
The Jenny Ekdahl Dear Disaster cabinet was created to help the psychological recovery process for victims of natural disasters. Inspired by the fact that graphs, simplified pictures and diagrams ease the acceptance process of victims. Made up of over 4000 parts of beech wood, the scales were made to resemble waves.
One side of each wooden scale is painted blue, white or grey, while the other side has been left plain, so that they can be flipped to create patterns based on water and waves.
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