Published on : Monday, March 4, 2019
Below a brief heads up on their clients‘ novelties, events, press previews and installations at Milan Design Week in April.
Only 6 weeks to go for Milan Design Week!!
After presenting Pauline Deltour’s Rope Rug in February, Hem kicks off Milan with more exciting novelties. Hem exhibits its new products at Milan Design Week in a magnificent apartment with garden in Brera, showcasing the new Max Table and matching bench by designer Max Lamb whose Last Table experiences a revival in Milan. With the Kendo chair family by design studio LucidiPevere Hem expands its design portfolio and releases the Kumo sofa by Anderssen & Voll in leather and a new fabric version. Hem’s first round table Alle by Swedish designer Staffan Holm also celebrates its preview in the elegant and stylish location in the city of Milan.
The aspiring interiors brand tre product presents its versatile collection of small furniture items and distinct accessories, made with consciousness and great attention to detail, during this year’s Milan Design Week not only in its own pop-up shop. Some designs by the Polish label, which always come with a special twist, have also been selected for the well-known WallpaperSTORE. Amongst other innovative design ideas, designer and co-founder Tomek Rygalik is expected to present some exciting new intricate pieces in Milan as well.
KARIMOKU NEW STANDARD
Karimoku New Standard celebrates its 10thanniversary with two exhibitions in Milan and the debut of a large number of novelties by renowned designers from the brand’s designer portfolio, including Christian Haas, BIG-GAME, Scholten & Baijings and GECKELER MICHELS as well as the aspiring design talents Moritz Schlatter and Dimitri Bähler. Additionally, Karimoku New Standard extends its existing portfolio of products to include, lighting, kitchens, outdoor furniture and accessories. The Japanese brand showcases its novelties and existing collection in a presentation at Salone del Mobile as well as with furnishing a beautiful apartment in the vibrant design district Brera. A new brand identity, printed visual communication, web presentation and photography are additional highlights in the celebratory year.
With the aim to create timeless furniture masterpieces, the existing collection of Karimoku Kunst is extended and complemented with beautiful dining furniture. Karimoku Kunst was launched at Milan’s Salone del Mobile in April 2018 and is a collaboration with lnoda+Sveje, the ltaly-based design studio of Nils Sveje (Denmark) and Kyoko lnoda (Japan). Named after the Danish word for art, the collection features beautiful designs that incorporate curves and volumes found in the natural world. The designers and Karimoku’s craftsmen have honed in on the finest details, resulting in furniture that relaxes both mind and body.