January has been a busy month for Boca do Lobo, with leading events such as Maison et Objet taking place. Along with it, we are also be exhibiting contemporary design at IMM Cologne. Keep on reading and discover the highlights from IMM!
Julien Renault’s Power table
Alain Berteau’s hybrid bed-bench and Alain Gilles’ easy-to-assemble chair are among the Belgian designs featured in an installation of monochrome office furniture at this year’s IMM Cologne.
Burnt hair creates etch-like patterns on stools by Fabio Hendry and Martijn Rigters
London-based designers Fabio Hendry and Martijn Rigters have used burnt human hair to create patterns on aluminium stools, which they are presenting at this year’s IMM Cologne furniture fair.
Frank Nightstand by Boca do Lobo
This creation reinforces the status of the art furniture, reflected in the most beautiful and sophisticated drawers that defy time and space. All drawers were worked by hand respecting the highest standards of quality, whether in the fine materials used, or in all the finishing details.
Werner Aisslinger designs tinted glass shelving that can be customized online
German designer Werner Aisslinger has used furniture fair IMM Cologne, which began yesterday, to launch a tinted-glass storage system that can be easily adapted to suit different living spaces.
Mid-century tables by Hans Bølling
Danish company Brdr. Krüger is producing the Triiio table collection for the first time. Originally sketched out by the influential Danish architect Hans Bølling in 1958, the tables come in coffee, side and dining versions.
Eggs Designs Studio steam-bent wood furniture collection for TON
The Leaf Collection, which was unveiled during last year’s Salone del Mobile, is made up of a chair, a barstool and a table with either a rectangular or a rounded top.