Discover the most dynamic new German designs for 2018

Discover the most dynamic new German designs for 2018

Each year, our team heads over to Europe’s first fair of the year, IMM Cologne, to view the latest product and brand launches. Here we unveil our edit of Germany’s finest new contemporary pieces, from textured wall modules and stacking containers, to smart serving trolleys and monochrome lights, all brought together and delivered as a refined visual feast.

Grace bar cart, by Sebastian Herkner, for Schonbuch

The 1950s bar cart is reimagined for a contemporary take on cocktail hour. Minimalist and modern, the two German forces of Herkner and Schonbuch use powder-coated metal, wood and glass to achieve this sophisticated design.

Balancer floor lamp, by Yuue, for Northern

For Berlin studio Yuue design, the Balancer lamp is a true geometric vision with its sleek lines and architectural steel form that allows it to channel a steady look, almost as if personified and peering over at you.

Bow coffee table, by Guiherme Torres, for ClassiCon

Brazilian designer Guilherme Torres channels the 1970s for his coffee table design for Munich-based brand ClassiCon. The metal model is customisable with both marble and lacquered top options available

Zenso chair, by Formstelle, for Zeitraum

This chair’s circular structure follows Ensõ, the well known painted symbol in Japanese calligraphy. Zenso adopts an eloquent figure with its sloped angles and overlapping upholstered seat and backrest

Stellar pendant light, by Sebastian Herkner, for Pulpo

Launched as part of Pulpo’s Cystal Collection, these hand-blown glass lights are ode to the cosmos. Mimicking the deep rivines of the moon, the spherical designs  loom large for a celestial effect

Kasa stacking bowls, by Wolfgang Hartauer, for Tecta

These oak, maple and walnut trays sit in perfect synergy thanks to Tecta’s nifty carving to ensure the trio stack seamlessly. Described as mini tabletop sculptures, the organic pieces can be configured in different ways for DIY desk design

Wave upright wall module, by Hey-Sign​

Hey-Sign aimed to be discreet with the arrival of its new modules for the Wave range of sound absorbing wall panels. The wool-felt pin board has a muted palette to merge effortlessly with the space, whilst still being highly functional