imm cologne 2024
14 – 18 January
Discover the new TECTA showroom in the Design Post Cologne. During the imm cologne, we will be presenting our new products here. In focus: New wickerwork – Aesthetic combination of wickerwork and steel with sustainable materials. And: Reversal Chair – premiere of the innovative cantilever and kneeling chair by Swiss designer Juri Roemmel.
We look forward to exchanging ideas with you and to an exciting year together in 2024!
As always, Design Post Köln offers an interesting supporting programme parallel to the furniture fair.
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Opening hours during imm cologne
Sunday 14 January 2024 | 9 am – 9 pm
Monday 15 January – Wednesday 17 January 2024 | 9 am – 7 pm
Thursday 18 January 2024 | 9 am – 5 pm
Design Post Köln
A tool for sitting
The Reversal Chair by Juri Roemmel fits in wherever aesthetics are required and a good office chair is missing. Its character: two strong positions. Sometimes a kneeling chair, then reduced seating furniture with a backrest.
Juri Roemmel was born in St.Gallen, Switzerland, in 1993 and completed an apprenticeship as a graphic designer in St.Gallen in 2014. He then decided to study at the ECAL in Lausanne, where he completed his Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design with honours in 2021. His work has been shown nationally and internationally at trade fairs and exhibitions. He has been running his own studio in St.Gallen since 2022.
The beauty of wickerwork and geometry
Tecta is one of the pioneers of the aesthetic combination of wickerwork and steel and is constantly on the lookout for the materials of the future. Innovations provide new food for thought, including for its own collection of wickerwork furniture.
A change has presented a new opportunity here: the synthetic wickerwork material known to date is no longer available, so we are now presenting two new materials that continue the history of wickerwork furniture in a more intelligent and aesthetically high-quality way.
They are the result of scientific material research and are therefore more robust, more resistant and already have an influence today on the spectra in which we can design tomorrow.
Traditional technology with new functionality and aesthetics: contemporary materials that transfer the extraordinary forms and functions of the Bauhaus into the fabric and continue the bold design ideas. Two new materials – a leap in time for the chair classics of tomorrow – presented at imm cologne 2024.