Behind the scenes
Let there be light
Winter living room
Colours of 2015
Focus on gifts
Poppi Board is a transformable system composed by an horizontally tilting single bed, tilting wide desk and wardrobe with sliding doors. By a simple movement , this system transforms into the night version without displacing anything on the desk, which tilts and takes places horizontally underneath the bed base.
Design Giulio Manzoni/Pierluigi Colombo
Transformable tilting bunk beds with different kind of ladder and guard barrier according to the version of the model. These systems, all 310 mm deep, can be either integrated in composition with other element of the CLEI collection or independent ; by a simple movement they transform into the night version with two beds always ready to use, with slatted base. All these models can be provided in the day version with a tilting table with folding legs.
Design Giulio Manzoni
Tilting double bed with vertically opening, with slatted bed base. In the day configuration it is provided with a front table that disappears while the bed opens, sliding and remaining located underneath the bed base.
Design Giulio Manzoni
Transformable system for young area, independent or to be integrated in the other elements of the CLEI furniture collection. This model is composed by a wide desk and a single tilting bed, and it transforms from night to day version without displacing anything from the desk top.
Design by Giulio Manzoni / Pierluigi Colombo
L 281 + 18 (bracciolo) x P 35 (fianco) 125 x H 220
L 281 + 18 (bracciolo) x P 220 x H 220
Sofa 281 cm wide with ending part that slides in three positions, with reclining back restand storage underneath the seat. Integrated to a shelving element, it transforms into adouble bed always ready to use provided with an innovative slatted bed base with aluminiumframe
design pierluigi Colombo
Creativity and Innovation
Besides the design, an extremely easiness of use : simple movements for multiple functions and performances/solutions, with neither limits nor compromises. Bookshelves, storage units, sofas, tables and desks are combined in one area that is both shared out and shared with, and they transform from living furniture into night elements with comfortable beds in different sizes ready to use, with more advantages than the standard solutions .
There is no shortage of great gift guides during the holiday season, but what if you need some inspiration for birthdays or Valentine's Day after Christmas has gone? Look no further - our webshop has you covered! Whether you surprise them with a colourful pillow or stylish design accessory, your friends and family will love you for your good taste!
The Mariposa Sofa radiates an inviting aura of spacious comfort – and yet maintains a subtly understated presence thanks to its balanced proportions. The sofa owes its extraordinary comfort, on the one hand, to the pleasantly soft upholstery, which completely surrounds the sitter and prevents contact with any hard structural elements. On the other hand, an ingenious adjustment mechanism makes it possible to individually tilt the side and backrest elements for various sitting or reclining positions.
Bar stools are often designed as part of a family of chairs. The Zeb Stool, by contrast, was designed by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby to fulfil the specific purpose of a bar stool: every individual component is precisely developed in the best quality for its designated function. All of its parts – seat and swivel mount made of die-cast aluminium, powder-coated column sleeve, chrome-plated gas spring, footrest and base plate – are precisely coordinated down to the smallest details. Thus they not only serve their individual purpose, but are joined together in an elegant, unified whole of the highest quality.
Developed for the 1939 Swiss National Exhibition (Schweizer Landesausstellung), the Landi Chair occupies an important place in the history of twentieth-century design: this classic by Hans Coray established the new typology of a three-dimensionally moulded seat shell on a separate base. The clear structure of the all-aluminium chair consists of two parts. First, a pair of U-shaped profiles connected by welded crossbeams form a self-supporting frame and simultaneously serve as the legs and low armrests. This base then supports a seat shell, which makes ideal use of the material’s possibilities: the 91 punched holes not only ensure the light weight and flexibility of the comfortable shell, but also give the graceful Landi Chair its trademark appearance.
Fauteuil de Salon joins simple planes into a unified architectural object with a comfortable seat surface and backrest. Rediscovered in the archives of the French engineer Jean Prouvé, the armchair has been updated in a contemporary colour palette. With oiled, solid wood armrests and the designer's characteristic structural aesthetic, the Fauteuil de Salon can be ideally combined with other pieces in the Prouvé Collection.
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Leave it to Antwerp-based eyewear company theo to think out of the box and come up with a visionary new design. Choose between the steel, palladium or gold coated version and wear the Hypnotic as a brooch, necklace or bow-tie. Or give one of the 100 limited designs as a gift, in a beautiful little black box.
The LC9 stool, designed by Charlotte Perriand in 1927 for her apartment in Paris, and later exhibited at the Salon d’Automne in 1929, has been proposed by Cassina for the 50th anniversary of the LC Collection in its original version with an Indian cane seat as well as a saddle leather seat. Confectioned in its own personalised box, it is the perfect take away gift for all design lovers.
Everyone needs post-its - they are the easiest way to jot down shopping or to-do lists, but they’re not always as aesthetically pleasing as one would wish. Enter Japanese company Ito Bindery, which produces the most beautiful and minimal drawing pads and memoblocks. Your office needs this!
Cappellini and Satyendra Pakhalé present a special limited edition in Viola of the famous Fish Chair. It was presented during Art Basel Miami Beach and Design Miami, and will be on show at the Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden until May 31, 2015 as part of Design at Fairchild. The annual exhibition blends art, nature, and design together to create a space where visitors are welcome to interact with the pieces and the surrounding nature.
Bart, Bram and Lenny, three young guys from the De Kempen region in Antwerp, launched this start-up company that allows you to design and order your own bike exactly how you like it. If you had any doubts as to whether bikes are functional or design items these days, Broke Bikes proves they can be both!
Hipsters are to blame for the return of camping gear and enamel tableware, but if all designs looked as good as Alessi’s interpretation, we have no hard feelings! Alessi re-interpreted the traditional technique in a new series of bowls in brilliant colours.
Looking forward to the skiing season? Get to know your favorite mountain by heart with one of the minimalistic winter trail prints from Circle Square Diamond Art. A very fancy way to decorate your house if you’re a winter lover. Your favorite mountain is not on the website? No problem, the designers will happily create it for you.
Good news for fans of great design and Zanotta - the special birthday promotion to celebrate Zanotta’s 60th birthday has been extended until March 31. If you buy a new Pianoalto, Bruce, Scott or Undercover sofa at Master Meubel before that day, we’ll surprise you with an iconic Italian design item as a gift!
Acclaimed silversmith and Belgian designer Nedda El-Asmar stays true to her roots in this collaboration with Antwerp accessory label Diamanti Per Tutti. Until recently, Nedda taught jewellery design at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, but for the ‘A Diamond Only For Me’ capsule collection, she could let her own imagination run free. The timeless designs are subtle as can be, with diamonds hidden from plain sight, just for the wearer to admire.
Depending on your mood, you can watch your favorite opera or immerse yourself in the latest novel; you couldn’t feel cosier than in the soft leather cushions of the super comfortable Shiva JR-3990. The seemingly casually draped and exclusive leather upholstery covers and supports you, no matter how you are nesting in this sofa. This is how the Sh
va JR-3990 reaches summits in terms of seating pleasure. The Shiva JR-3990 represents the best of the existing program, combined with a cosy look. Cosiness meets design or rather:
The Shiva for the rabid romantic and design lover!
JORI’s Pacific again brings out the very best in seating comfort. A remarkably sturdy frame in polished aluminium provides perfect support, while the swivel armrests magic up a couple of extra seating spaces in a whirl. Should you opt for the heightadjustable head rest, which can also be clicked forwards and backwards, you will experience true seating comfort.
This range of exclusive models is a prime example of how JORI takes seating comfort to its very limits. For even though these are models differing only slightly in detail, each of them offers you the unsurpassed seating sensation of a JORI design.
The high armrests provide ideal support for the arms and the adjustable lumbar support (available in both standard and high back model) provides you with an exceptional sense of comfort.
Sensations of the ordinary
The Tigra continues a rich tradition of seating comfort in which the designer has strived at every step, with a sharp eye for detail and finishing, to produce cleaner products and not to make any concessions to the final goal: pure harmony.
The Tigra allows you to make choices that match your own idea of comfort. It is available with head rests and armrests that let you lounge comfortably on this sofa. You can choose from several sofa sizes, corners are now also available, a wealth of various top-quality leathers and fabrics and a distinctive range of colours.
A timeless design maintaining quiet supremacy over the barrage of trends and styles we face today. This is the Linea model. Wide, comfortable armrests that can be set in four different positions to offer your head, arms and back a sense of pure well-being. Extensive studies have resulted in this ergonomic concept that offers every last inch of your body a sensation of complete relaxation, whether you prefer to lie down, or remain seated. A discreet, tailor-made sofa for all those who wish to indulge in limitless pleasure.
Paint company Levis has called it - Copper Blush will be thé colour of 2015. The warm, deep hue has pink and orange undertones, which makes it the perfect backdrop for natural and neutral materials, textures and colours. According to Levis, the tint reflects our wish to regain a positive outlook on life, and we couldn’t be happier about that!
Black and white will never go oiut of style, and 2015 will still very much see the celebration of monochrome prints all over the home. Hooked On Walls debuted these Marimekko wallpaper designs in 2014, but combined with minimalistic furniture, they feel very relevant in the next year, too.
Contemporary Black and White
If you ask traditional British brand what’s new for 2015, their craftsmen reply in shades of green. From moss hues to fresh and minty pastels - green is the way to go. Muted tones are combined with bright versions of the same colour to create a contemporary effect that feels romantic at the same time.
The New Green
Colours of 2015
2015 is sneaking up on us, so we couldn’t resist the urge to take a peek at what will be in store next year. To get an idea of the trends that will dominate the interior design magazines in the next few months, we asked three household names in the world of wall decoration what they think the world will look like in 2015...
Axel is the ideal sofa for any living room.
The legs under the delicately cut cubist surrounds are almost hidden from view, as a result of which the couch seems to have no connection with the floor. The height of the seat is chosen quite high in order to simplify the standing up. Axel is available in a lot of different sizes.
Simplicity with an understated natural character
Flint is a whimsical coffee table with a surprising combination of simplicity and an understated natural character.It has a wafer thin top, tapered to the edges, which is sturdily affixed to the delicate base. Flint features a beautiful beveled edge.
Sitting according to what suits the interior.
A compact collection of rectangular and yet soft blocks. Seats, back and arm-rests which can be used to make endless creations. Compositions with seats in different directions can easily be created because of the fact that the back and arm rests offer the same comfort on both sides.
A compact seat.
Ella is a compact seat allowing you to adopt all manner of sitting postures easily while properly supported at all times. A notable feature is its buckled dish shape which, together with its geometrically faceted sides gives a truly distinctive look to the armchair.
A side table you can pick up with one hand
Not often a side table has a fixed place, but moves around the house where it's needed the most. Tor is designed with the idea that a side table needs to be carried around easily. The raised edge of the top prevents things slide off easily. The handle that comes out of the legs makes Tor easy to pick up and gives the table its character charm. Tor is made of powder coated aluminum and can be ordered in six different colors.
Lambie & Van Hengel
A house without a family is just a house to you? You like to make sure that everyone feels good in your living room, from the littlest ones to your visiting relatives... A modern sofa might just be the perfect canvas from which to build your own family's little safe haven!
Room for Every One
If your idea of a good time is watching a marathon of great movies from the comfort of your own couch, which is also your favourite spot for anything from cuddling sessions to reading a good book and having a cup of tea... One of these cosy sofas could be just the right match for you!
Everyone's favourite place to be during winter? It's not a hot new restaurant or cool hipster bar - it's our own living room. Drawing the curtains at night, lighting some candles and enjoying the warmth of our own home... It just doesn't get better than that. The sofa is heart of this cosy space, so make sure you choose the perfect one for your life and style!
Rolf Benz LINEA combines clear design with unique seating comfort. The optional lower back cushions in the super-deep version ensure maximum back comfort and can contrast in terms of material and colour
One particular design detail is the modern foot, available in stainless steel or black painted metal. Choose from 2 seat depths and 2 seat heights and enjoy feeling fantastic across the whole line.
Rolf Benz LINEA impresses with its clear, purist design that blends in beautifully with all kinds of lifestyles. One characteristic appeals to all: it is a true favourite of individualists. Together with the comfortable armchair and matching ottoman, it makes every home an oasis of clear style and exquisite taste.
Rolf Benz LINEA
Filigree legs and inviting soft upholstery are both hallmarks of the Rolf Benz 652 chair. Above all, the ultra-comfortable upholstery shapes the character of the chair series, which was ideally dimensioned with regards to seat depth, seat height and back height, and thus adapts organically to the proportions of the body.
Rolf Benz 652 comes with an optional arm section. In both versions, the chair impresses with its sleekness and rectilinear form. Stylish decorative seams accentuate its sculpture-like design and the perfect craftsman finish. The delicate, filigree legs can be selected in polished chrome, painted in umber grey or in silver textured paint.
Rolf Benz 652
The luxurious and spacious seat surface and the soft appearance of Rolf Benz MIO generate a desire to be seated and are the perfect invitation to relax and lounge around. The high quality of the materials, the superblycrafted seat structure and the loving, flawless finish make the seats an incomparable overall experience that is a joy to the senses.
Rolf Benz MIO is elegance that you simply cannot escape.
Rolf Benz MIO
Rolf Benz EGO. The tailored sofa. Assemble your dream sofa from 2 basic types, 5 seat widths, 29 modular units, 16 side pieces, 11 foot designs, 3 grades of upholstery softness, 3 seat depths and 3 seat heights. And select the ideal covers for your needs and your style from our extensive fabric and leather collection. More than 90 fabrics and 100 leathers make choosing a pleasure – and make your sofa unique. But first we want to know about your design preferences: depending on your personal tastes, decide on one of the two basic EGO shapes, Type G or Type F, which we will introduce to you in more detail on the following pages. From the smallest apartment to a spacious loft: Rolf Benz EGO offers you unique seating comfort in every shape.
Rolf Benz EGO
If you’re looking to the
future with an eye for the past. If you’re thinking of global living spaces.
If you’re celebrating craftsmanship at the highest possible standard.
That’s how a sofa like the Rolf Benz 50 evolves.
The anniversary sofa.
Designed by Norbert Beck with a sensitive understanding of the brand, this sofa combines all the best of Rolf Benz;
with its innovative relax functions, superbly comfortable sitting, and an extraordinary diversity of possible layouts, it marks a new high point in the 50 year history of the company.
Rolf Benz 50
This design is as light and elegant as they come: minimalism at
its very best, combined with the energy-efficient LED technology.
What’s not to love?
The collaboration between Flos and designer Michael Anastassiades has been a huge success so far. In particular the poeticism and pure elegance of the IC Lights seem to have touched many design lovers’ hearts.
Less is more for the fans of sleek and minimal design. When colourful or eccentric design elicit a firm ‘no thank you’, it’s time to explore those lamps that take up a minimum of space, yet exude a maximum dose of timeless style.
It’s slightly rounded legs and bell-shaped shade give a distinct retro touch to an otherwise very modern and minimal design. That’s why the Foscarini Lumiere works as well in a sleek office environment as in the coziness of your living room.
Celebrating 50 years of the timeless PH5 design, Louis Poulsen debuted five new colourways of the pendant lamp: Chili Red, Mint Blue, Wasabi Green, Coconut and Olive Black. This is one case where the names are as fun as the design!
Some designs are not exactly minimal, yet they never go out of style. We’re talking about the retro-inspired and the classics: those designs that are instantly recognisable, but fit into any contemporary interior. Let loose those retro vibes!
Is it a serving tray, is it a lamp?
It’s both, and that’s why we love Fatboy. Thinking out of the box has never produced such a fun result!
The most unusual design ever to become an instant classic? Maybe, but we can’t help fall in love with it every time we see the Rabbit lamp by Moooi. How could we resist?
A good sense of humour should never be underestimated as a quality - and that applies to your interior, too! Plenty of established design houses present lighting solutions that will put a smile to anyone’s face. Designs guaranteed to make your day a whole lot brighter!
Let there be light
Lighting can be functional, but it can just as well be a declaration of style. As every home has its own identity, why wouldn’t you choose the right lamp to reflect it? Lighting design has never before been this exciting and varied, so you’re spoiled for choice. Quirky, retro or sleek, you decide... What’s it going to be?
Arne Jacobsen designed the Swan™ as well as the Egg™ for the lobbyand lounge areas at the Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, in 1958. Thecommission to design every element of the hotel building as well asthe furniture was Jacobsen’s grand opportunity to put his theories of integrated design and architecture into practice. In 1958 the Swan was a technologically innovative chair: No straight lines - only curves. A moulded shell of synthetic material on an aluminium star swivel base,with a layer of cold foam covering the shell upholstered in fabric or leather. These two original designer chairs originated in Jacobsen’s own garage in his home in Klampenborg, north of Copenhagen and have been in production at Fritz Hansen ever since.
Swan™, 3320, Lounge chair
Ro™ is an easy chair designed by Jaime Hayón for Fritz Hansen. Some see a beautiful chair, others see a shelter to form a private space. Offering the promise of tranquility, to balance out a busy world. A place to be encased in comfort. You found it. Ro
RO™, JH1, Easy chair
Essay™ is an exclusive table series in solid wood, created by the Danish designer Cecilie Manz. What distinguishes Essay is its solid yet light design. The design is a perfect example of Cecilie Manz’ approach with its simple lines and sparse form. The table consists of three elements - a table top and two bases - in a simple and natural construction that gives it both and elegant look and flexible functionality. The table is perfect as the gathering point for any home where family members, friends and guests meet. Essay is available in a variety of sizes. The table top and bases comes in several types of wood. The bases are also available in wood with a high gloss finish. Each of the tables can be expanded with black linoleum leaves on both sides.
Essay™, CM12 Solid wood
The Series 7™ designed by Arne Jacobsen is by far the most sold chair in the history of Fritz Hansen and perhaps also in furniture history. The pressure moulded veneer chair is a further development of the classic Ant™ chair. The four-legged stackable chair represents the culmination of the lamination technique. The visionary Arne Jacobsen exploited the possibilities of lamination to perfection resulting in the iconic shape of the chair. Series 7 represents the chair in the Fritz Hansen collection with the widest range of applications.
Series 7 ™ 3107 Chair
Arne Jacobsen designed the Egg for the lobby and reception areas in the Royal Hotel, in Copenhagen. The commission to design every element of the hotel building as well as the furniture was Jacobsen’s grand opportunity to put his theories of integrated design and architecture into practice. The Egg is one of the triumphs of Jacobsen’s total design - a sculptural contrast to the building’s almost exclusively vertical and horizontal surfaces. The Egg sprang from a new technique, which Jacobsen was the first to use; a strong foam inner shell underneath the upholstery. Like a sculptor, Jacobsen strove to find the shell’s perfect shape in clay at home in his own garage. Because of the unique shape, the Egg guarantees a bit of privacy in otherwise public spaces and the Egg – with or without footstool – is ideal for lounge and waiting areas as well as the home.
EGG™, 3316 Lounge chair
You were told never to mix gold and silver jewellery? Today we don't care about those rules anymore. Go ahead and mix 'n match your copper, silver and gold furniture and accessories - the effect is modern and timeless at the same time!
Sure, copper is still thé trend colour in design. But don't dismiss silver too easily. It adds elegance and refinement to your interior, even if today's designs have nothing to do with the antique silverware of your grandmother.
Are metallics too cold to be comfy? We beg to differ. In the right combination, they can be downright cosy and warm. Just make sure to mix textures and add a soft touch here and there.
Metallics are having a major moment in interior design right now. You might even say that they are the new black: a modern canvas that fits any space and style. Whether you opt for cool silver, warm gold or the ever-so-trendy copper hues - you can't go wrong with these eye-catching metallic designs.
Flexform Feel good
Design Antonio Citterio
Outdoor remains an important area in the world of design. As a rule, we love spending as much time outside as the weather permits, and we love to create an environment outside that is just as comfortable as our living room. Belgian company Extremis presented their newest innovation: the first true outdoor soda that is as cosy as its in-house version, but can be left outside all year through thanks to detachable blankets and waterproof cushions.
Another recurrent theme was ‘softness.’ Rounded shapes are winning territory, sharp and sleek is increasingly out. We especially loved these beautiful Mia chairs designed by F. Bettoni for MDF Italia.
Lighting is never purely functional, that much was obvious at Interieur. At Flos we admired the architectural designs of Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec and the elegant String Lights designed by Michael Anastassiades.
Of course we noticed too many trends to count, but one thing in particular stood out to us. Colour is back, and in a big way! From Durlet to Moroso: design brands are not shy to re-interpret retro colour combinations in modern ways.
Kartell also presented a little flashback. 15 years ago they debuted their transparant design collection with the La Marie chair. This year, they launched the Uncle Jack Sofa. A new classic in the making?
Zanotta celebrated its sixty year anniversary with a time capsule that reflected their history over the past six decades. Quality and beauty ages well, don’t you agree?
Finnish label Artek presented some of its design classics in a beautiful circular installation: the ultimate proof that timeless design doesn’t need much to attract attention.
If you follow us on Facebook, you already caught a glimpse of our favourites at the Biennale Interieur 2014. There was so much to see though, we wanted to recap some of the more eye-catching presentations to share with you!
Biennale Interieur 2014
A new designed but very familiar looking chair by Roderick Vos.
By his modern translation of the ”old farm kitchen chair“ he laid emphasis
on comfort. Tulipani is an engineering feat made of plywood.
Design Roderick Vos
‘My creative process generally consists of sketching while listening to jazz.
I wanted to create a chair that was reminiscent of Miles Davis: timeless but fresh, simple but well-constructed. That is the spirit of armchair Miles.’
Linteloo Miles high
Design Nielos Bendtsen
Design Roderick Vos
Downtown plays a lighting role as a temple or a tower to flaunt with our memories, for example by putting statues, souvenirs and books in the cabinet. “This object reminds me of American Art Deco buildings, like the famous Victoria Hotel in Miami”, according to Roderick Vos.
The sofa system The Hamptons by Linteloo Lab is inspired by the easy going lifestyle of The Hamptons on Long Island,
New York. The modular elements and ottomans can be combined into numerous arrangements.
Design Linteloo Lab
Niels Bendtsen designed this sofa with a classic look and contemporary feeling in new fabrics and leather.
The different frames and cushions can be combined in leather and fabrics to create a different mood.
Design Niels Bendtsen
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Redecorating is fun
A cosy environment
Vision becomes reality
For this project, we custom designed an L-shaped piece of furniture that divides the living room from the TV corner. We also managed to hide a heating element, without diminishing its efficiency.
As much as we love starting with a clean slate, there’s a particular exciting challenge to re-decorating a place, too. When we met this client in our showroom, we had a nice long talk to get to know them. We ended up redecorating their living room with them, which involved quite a bit of custom design - truly a project we’re very proud of!
What is more delightful to design than a cosy living room with a reading nook by a fire place? We have fallen head over heels for this particular project, which offers the best possible environment for the infamous Eames Lounge Chair.
A bright and white space can do with some colourful accents. Try switching up the pillows in the sofa or add some quirky elements for an interesting twist.
It’s always a pleasure to work with clients who know what they want, and we love feeling like we’re helping their dreams come true!
This client walked into our showroom with a very clear idea in mind. They knew they wanted to decorate their living room, kitchen and dining room in a certain way, and asked us to help turn their vision into reality. Together we looked at the different options in fabric and colour, and decided on the beautiful neutral tones that make this house such a warm and inviting place.
Behind the scenes
Master Meubel is not just a design store - we’re a full-service company that can create an interior from A to Z. Ask our interior architects for advice on anything from colour to lighting, and they’ll gladly help you out. To illustrate our passion for design, we’ve highlighted three recent projects we’ve helped realise.
A cosy environement
Konstantin Grcic is one of the most influential designers of the century, known for his characteristic forms, technological innovation and radical aesthetics. With ‘Panorama’ the Vitra Design Museum presents the largest solo exhibition to date about Grcic and his career. The exhibition is based on an extensive analysis of the current technological changes, innovations and revolutions in the world of contemporary design.
Jewellery no longer serves only as an expensive status symbol, but has evolved in recent decades into art, fashion and sometimes almost unwearable objects. In Body Jewels, the TextielMuseum presents a large selection of Dutch jewellery from its own collection, alongside a number of high-profile commissions produced in the TextielLab.
Electric light has revolutionised our environment, transformed our cities, created new lifestyles, and technology continues to cause profound changes in the domain of artificial lighting. This development is the subject of the Vitra Design Museum’s exhibition Lightopia: the first comprehensive presentation of lighting design, featuring examples from the worlds of art, design, architecture and many other disciplines.
Finally the extensive plastic collection of Philippe Decelle is given a permanent home in Brussels. The new Art & Design Atomium Museum (ADAM) will exhibit the impressive collection of more then a hundred plastic objects in the Trade Mart building close to the Atomium.
The Maison&Objet fairs are held around the whole world, from Singapore to Miami, but its roots remain in Paris. It’s where we prefer to sample the selection of outstanding interior design collections in search of inspiration for the new season.
There really is no way around IMM Cologne for those in the design industry, or those whosimply love good interior design. If you want to be the first to know which trends whill be dominating the furnishing market over the next few months, book your tickets now!