In the latest designs, the cool, flat accessories are more than simply mirrors: they are a colourful eye-catcher, a sculptural ornament and an artistic element on the wall, the floor or the table.
For the first time this year, the Pure Talents Contest also includes a category for kitchen products. With 926 products submitted, this means a lot of work for the international jury of designers and industry experts.
Heat is more than just a lamp – it is also a social project. Heat is produced in partnership with a development agency that gives asylum seekers and migrants the chance to gain training and find work by producing the lamps.
In 2019, hall 11 will be transformed into Pure Atmospheres as part of the development of the Pure design segment. The name underscores the nature of the presentations in Hall 11, which is shaped by holistic interior concepts.
In 1951, Danish architect and designer Ib Kofod-Larsen presented with his Knitting Chair a remarkable new chair design of Danish Modernism. Now the Danish design brand Menu expanded its collection about this classic.