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Cologne Furniture Fair 2011

It's time to kick start the new year with the first international design fair of 2011: the Cologne Furniture Fair in Germany this January.

By Editor /asdf 13-01-2011

Noted as the first big design event on the calendar, the Cologne Furniture Fair (imm Cologne) once again presents a host of Dutch designers at the fair itself and during various satellite events around the city.

imm Cologne Furniture Fair
18 - 23 January, 2011

At the main event the Koelnmesse presents a number of well-known Dutch companies such as Artex, B&B, Fatboy the original and Royal Mosa, to name a few.
Opposite the Koelnmesse is another showroom not to be missed; the Design Post will feature the latest furniture trends by Arco, Gelderlans, Linteloo, Montis, Pastoe and Spectrum.

Koelnmesse Service
Messeplatz 1

Passagen 2011
17 - 23 January, 2011

During imm Cologne a number of satellite events and exhibitions covering the latest trends in design will be held at Passagen. The event has grown to encompass more than 190 shows from national and international designers and manufacturers who will be showing their stuff along a route with a wealth of happenings, offering a true who’s who of the design scene. Exciting impressions, brand-new designs, the designers themselves up close and in person, inspirations, decorating ideas, trends and tendencies will be on show, and the standards will be high: the focus is on the very best in design. Atmospheric depictions will be at the forefront, presented by top-notch high-end manufacturers and by young networks with experimental concepts in the exciting interface between design and architecture.

On show will be contemporary design by the likes of Freedom of Creation, Friederik Roijé and Goods, not to mention Droog with Now Is Here at the Galerie Fiebach & Minniger.

Designers Fair
17 - 23 January, 2011

Under the heading 'Wahlverwandtschaft' (elective affinity), young Dutch designers present their concepts and projects during this special exhibition. Transferred to design, this refers to the unconventional additional of materials, an experimental combination of elements that initially appear to be uncombinable. It also implies the freely-chosen affinities of the designers, and the energies thereby created. The Dutch design scene seems noticeably intertwined and interlinked, but, as the exhibition shows, it is also full of individual creativity.
The exhibiting designers are: David Derksen, Pepe Heykoop, Klaas Kuiken, Danny Kuo, Amba Molly, Erik Stehmann, Anna Ter Haar, Yuya Ushida, Tim Vinke, Sjoerd Vroonland

Barthonia Forum
Venloer Straße 233 b

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