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Dossier de presse - Communiqué de presse - Pure Talents Contest 2019: 26 Forward-Looking Product Ideas at imm cologne and LivingKitchen - imm cologne 2019, Koelnmesse GmbH

Dossier de presse | no. 2704-04

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Pure Talents Contest 2019: 26 Forward-Looking Product Ideas at imm cologne and LivingKitchen

Köln, Allemagne

imm cologne 2019, Koelnmesse GmbH

926 products submitted from 69 nations - Sustainability concepts and subtle colour schemes dominate - LivingKitchen Selection celebrates its debut

Köln, Allemagne, 17-12-2018 - 

Where can you find tiles made of paper, tabletops manufactured from waste timber and lamps with non-toxic salt batteries? At the Interior Business Event, imm cologne, that’s where—right next to the latest chairs, the most original furniture for storage spaces, folding lounge chairs and centrally arranged kitchen modules. Young designers are thinking about sustainability, interactivity and cross-generational design for both young and older people—that is the positive summary of the 16th edition of the Pure Talents Contest.

 

The high-profile panel members for the Pure Talents Contest 2019 jury came together in Cologne in October to view the 926 products submitted from 69 nations. Only 26 have made it through to the exhibition, which will attract many designers and design enthusiasts during the Interior Business Event, imm cologne. This year’s jury is made up of designer Rianne Makkink (Studio Makkink & Bey) from Rotterdam, Suvi Saloniemi, Chief Curator of Helsinki Design Museum, designers Sebastian Herkner from Offenbach and Cristian Zuzunaga from Barcelona as well as design journalist Johannes Hünig (editor of IDEAT magazine) from Hamburg and Wilfried Lembert, Managing Director of Minimum Einrichten GmbH, Berlin.

 

The competition, promoted and organised by Koelnmesse, is specifically aimed at designers who are still studying or have recently completed their education. It is one of the most prestigious international contests for young design, as highlighted by the further increase in submissions (up by 11%) and its international character (last year’s event: 53 countries represented). In 2018, the participants once again included many students and recent graduates from distinguished design schools such as Aalto University Helsinki, the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem, Eindhoven’s Design Academy, École cantonale d’art de Lausanne, the Elisava Barcelona School of Design and Engineering, Kassel College of Fine Arts (KHK), New York’s Pratt Institute, the Rhode Island School of Design, the Royal College of Art in London and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen.

 

Jury’s selection acknowledges the sustainability concepts of many designs and the combination of familiar and new, as yet unconsidered materials

The 26 nominated designs represent the product areas of furniture, flooring, wallpapering and textiles, lighting, smart home, household accessories and kitchens. The jury was struck by the many international entries. “I think that the result is a good combination of very beautiful, saleable objects and designs that make you think,” says Suvi Saloniemi, commenting on the jury’s selection.

 

The broad spectrum of functions, materials and different approaches seen in the chosen designs is astonishing. This diversity ranges from a series of 21 prototypes designed as a study on sitting to a tambour credenza, the design of which is inspired by textile dyeing techniques, a piece of bubble-like architectural furniture that creates a private area within a public space and a traditional-style chair that reinterprets the flowing forms of the 1960s through to a lounge chair that looks almost clunky and radiates a bold industrial look thanks to its undisguised combination of steel tubing and heavily screwed wooden planks. Jury member Johannes Hünig sees this positively: “I like it when designs are initially visually challenging and you have to spend a little time with them first. You have to work for some designs. In return, they are much more sustainable in the way you live with them.”

 

Pure Talents Contest Exhibition in Hall 3.1

20 of the chosen designs will be on show at imm cologne in the renowned Pure Talents Contest exhibition in Hall 3.1. For the nominated designers, the presentation of their creations at imm cologne is the ideal platform from which to launch a successful career. Jury member Cristian Zuzunaga is convinced: “The contest is an excellent platform. And it will help a lot of people. I’m very happy to be a part of it.”

 

In the flooring, wallpapering and textiles product segment, the jury’s nominations include a material study that combines used paper with porcelain to create sound-insulating tiles. This year’s Pure Talents Contest reflects the fact that the new generation of designers is deeply engaged with issues relating to the use of resources and materials recycling, as Wilfried Lembert points out: “Even young design today has a value that makes you realise that it’s not about designing something that’s cutting edge and special, but rather something that’s simply well made and useful. That way, it lasts. The trend is moving away from consumption and towards usefulness. And those products that are consumed should be manufactured from environmentally friendly or recyclable materials.”

 

LivingKitchen Selection: lots of new kitchen functions rather than large dream kitchens

In view of LivingKitchen taking place alongside imm cologne, kitchen products will be curated as a stand-alone competition segment for the first time. For the LivingKitchen Selection of the Pure Talents Contest, six products have been nominated from amongst kitchen accessories, kitchen appliances and kitchen concepts. A separate prize will be awarded for the LivingKitchen Selection, meaning that the Pure Talents Contest will offer a total of four prizes this year. The self-contained presentation “FutureDesign” is another new addition to the LivingKitchen event. Here, the designs will be on show in Hall 4.2 right alongside the FutureKitchen installation by star designer Alfredo Häberli.

 

The selected entries will feature a mobile outdoor kitchen, a modular kitchen intended to be built in the centre of the room to allow for greater communication and flexibility, a laboratory-like compact kitchen accommodating all work processes in a seamless design, a range of dishwashing brushes made of an alternative material, a portable cooker hood intended for use as an extractor for small kitchens and an ergonomic kitchen knife in a universal design for cutting while seated. “When it comes to kitchens, it’s important to consider the fact that they are getting smaller and less formal,” says jury member Rianne Makkink. She believes that the younger generation is generally taking their living situation much more seriously. “They don’t just want to create large things or address the subject of what design could be. They concentrate on what is really important to them. The focus here is more on who we are and what we want to be,” Makkink is in agreement with the upcoming generation of designers.

 

Awards presentation: four prizes for the best products from the Pure Talents Contest 2019

With the addition of the prize for the LivingKitchen Selection, the jury for this year’s Pure Talents Contest will be presenting a total of four awards to the best competition entries. The winners will only be chosen by the jury on the first day of the trade fair. The names of those taking home prizes will be announced in an awards ceremony at the event forum “The Stage” (Hall 3.1) at 2 p.m. on Monday, 14 January 2019.

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Dossier de presse | 2704-04 - Communiqué de presse | Pure Talents Contest 2019: 26 Forward-Looking Product Ideas at imm cologne and LivingKitchen - imm cologne 2019, Koelnmesse GmbH - Design d’intérieur résidentiel - A pink aquarium for your favourite things: the glass presentation case Floating Boxes by Aylene Ruschke creates an exclusive space for collectibles and special trophies. Her reinterpretation of the classic display cabinet comes with a surprising twist: the integrated cubes look as if they’re floating in mid-air. - Crédit photo : Aylene Ruschke; Koelnmesse
A pink aquarium for your favourite things: the glass presentation case Floating Boxes by Aylene Ruschke creates an exclusive space for collectibles and special trophies. Her reinterpretation of the classic display cabinet comes with a surprising twist: the integrated cubes look as if they’re floating in mid-air.
Crédit photo : Aylene Ruschke; Koelnmesse
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Self-sufficient: powered only by copper, magnesium and salt, Bastian Thürich’s SALT side lamp doesn’t contain any of the rare earth metals or harmful, environmentally damaging acids found in used batteries.Instead, the mobile lamp generates its own energy: when it’s turned the right way up, the saline solution sinks to the bottom and closes the circuit.
Crédit photo : Bastian Thürich; Koelnmesse
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Dossier de presse | 2704-04 - Communiqué de presse | Pure Talents Contest 2019: 26 Forward-Looking Product Ideas at imm cologne and LivingKitchen - imm cologne 2019, Koelnmesse GmbH - Design d’intérieur résidentiel - Need a little reminder? The Conscious Unconsciousness by Michael Varga is a plea for greater awareness when it comes to everyday consumption habits. Here, for instance, a clothes hanger enters into a dialogue with its human user by throwing off clothes that haven’t been worn for a long time. - Crédit photo : Michael Varga; Koelnmesse
Need a little reminder? The Conscious Unconsciousness by Michael Varga is a plea for greater awareness when it comes to everyday consumption habits. Here, for instance, a clothes hanger enters into a dialogue with its human user by throwing off clothes that haven’t been worn for a long time.
Crédit photo : Michael Varga; Koelnmesse
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Light that’s a perfect fit: Gal Bulka’s Axis design is a colourful two-part desk lamp. The angle of incidence is adjusted by means of a playful and totally flexible mechanism: the round base sits in one of three different hollows in a separate element – just like a ball-and-socket joint.
Crédit photo : Gal Bulka; Koelnmesse
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Pushing paper: with her upcycling-based Paper Tiles, Alice Guidi shows how recycled paper can be combined with porcelain to create sound-insulating wall tiles that absorb and deflect sound waves.
Crédit photo : Alice Guidi; Koelnmesse
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Dossier de presse | 2704-04 - Communiqué de presse | Pure Talents Contest 2019: 26 Forward-Looking Product Ideas at imm cologne and LivingKitchen - imm cologne 2019, Koelnmesse GmbH - Design d’intérieur résidentiel - Let there be fragrance! Onda by J.P. van der Horst is an interactive textile accessory for the home. Hung on the wall, it looks as decorative as a picture – and uses nanotechnology to purify the air. Thanks to a coating that reacts with daylight, the textile converts polluted air into harmless water-based molecules. - Crédit photo : J.P. van der Horst; Koelnmesse
Let there be fragrance! Onda by J.P. van der Horst is an interactive textile accessory for the home. Hung on the wall, it looks as decorative as a picture – and uses nanotechnology to purify the air. Thanks to a coating that reacts with daylight, the textile converts polluted air into harmless water-based molecules.
Crédit photo : J.P. van der Horst; Koelnmesse
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Image haute résolution : 11.69 x 8.27 @ 300dpi ~ 4,9 Mo

Dossier de presse | 2704-04 - Communiqué de presse | Pure Talents Contest 2019: 26 Forward-Looking Product Ideas at imm cologne and LivingKitchen - imm cologne 2019, Koelnmesse GmbH - Design d’intérieur résidentiel -  At your service: the low tambour credenza by INDO- (Manan Narang and Urvi Sharma) is a highly original alternative to conventional sideboards. This new interpretation of a popular 19th-century furniture item was inspired by the Ikat weaving technique, in which each warp end is dyed individually or in bundles – a principle the designers transferred to the individual wooden slats of the sliding doors.  - Crédit photo :  INDO-; Koelnmesse
At your service: the low tambour credenza by INDO- (Manan Narang and Urvi Sharma) is a highly original alternative to conventional sideboards. This new interpretation of a popular 19th-century furniture item was inspired by the Ikat weaving technique, in which each warp end is dyed individually or in bundles – a principle the designers transferred to the individual wooden slats of the sliding doors.
Crédit photo : INDO-; Koelnmesse
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Chunky is the new beautiful: in a revolt against minimalist ideology, the Billy Chair by Joe Smith features starkly contrasting materials and vibrant colours. At the same time, it turns a deliberately unsophisticated construction method into an aesthetic principle.
Crédit photo : Joe Smith; Koelnmesse
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Let’s play! The Bench Gang by Christian Cowper is a family of three light-hearted and dynamic benches. Made of pine, Bench Gang is meant to visualise the simple qualities of fun and play and bring the humble bench to life!
Crédit photo : Christian Cowper; Koelnmesse
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Wired for impact: Anna-Maria Nilsson’s storage solution for magazines and double-page spreads ensures they’re always in full view so they can inspire their owners. Her Wire shelf is made of steel wire in different thicknesses, which is bent into shape and welded by hand.
Crédit photo : Anna-Maria Nilsson; Koelnmesse
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Everything will be fine: with Piggo, her modular seating furniture made of metal, wood and textiles, Mor Dagan aims to make the often long waiting times at children’s hospitals more enjoyable for both the little ones and their parents by providing them with a protected space for closeness and interaction.
Crédit photo : Mor Dagan; Koelnmesse
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Less is sometimes more. The 2018 chair designed by Zohair Zouirech derives its poetry from the fact that its volume is left undefined: the chair has no seat at all until the user ties a simple knot in its textile throw. The soft fabric creates an interesting contrast with the matter-of-fact tubular steel frame.
Crédit photo : Zohair Zouirech; Koelnmesse
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Dossier de presse | 2704-04 - Communiqué de presse | Pure Talents Contest 2019: 26 Forward-Looking Product Ideas at imm cologne and LivingKitchen - imm cologne 2019, Koelnmesse GmbH - Design d’intérieur résidentiel - Lean on me: mahu by Kevin Gerstmeier is a classic armrest chair made of stained and varnished oak and is a new take on the soft, organic forms of the 1960s. The legs grow out of the backrest like branches from a tree trunk. - Crédit photo : Kevin Gerstmeier; Koelnmesse
Lean on me: mahu by Kevin Gerstmeier is a classic armrest chair made of stained and varnished oak and is a new take on the soft, organic forms of the 1960s. The legs grow out of the backrest like branches from a tree trunk.
Crédit photo : Kevin Gerstmeier; Koelnmesse
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Dossier de presse | 2704-04 - Communiqué de presse | Pure Talents Contest 2019: 26 Forward-Looking Product Ideas at imm cologne and LivingKitchen - imm cologne 2019, Koelnmesse GmbH - Design d’intérieur résidentiel - Light divided by three! Baschnja by Ilja Huber is a three-part lamp that uses the 360° rotation of its individual segments to provide both direct and indirect light. Stacked one on top of the other, the three battery-powered elements are charged via the base unit and can then be positioned separately anywhere in the room. - Crédit photo : Ilja Huber; Koelnmesse
Light divided by three! Baschnja by Ilja Huber is a three-part lamp that uses the 360° rotation of its individual segments to provide both direct and indirect light. Stacked one on top of the other, the three battery-powered elements are charged via the base unit and can then be positioned separately anywhere in the room.
Crédit photo : Ilja Huber; Koelnmesse
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Dossier de presse | 2704-04 - Communiqué de presse | Pure Talents Contest 2019: 26 Forward-Looking Product Ideas at imm cologne and LivingKitchen - imm cologne 2019, Koelnmesse GmbH - Design d’intérieur résidentiel - Mirror, mirror under the table: despite its inconspicuous shape, the side table by Felicia Schneeweis is a real eye-catcher when you take a closer look – and realise that the bicolour underside of the tabletop is reflected in the mirrored surface of the bottom shelf. - Crédit photo : Felicia Schneeweis; Koelnmesse
Mirror, mirror under the table: despite its inconspicuous shape, the side table by Felicia Schneeweis is a real eye-catcher when you take a closer look – and realise that the bicolour underside of the tabletop is reflected in the mirrored surface of the bottom shelf.
Crédit photo : Felicia Schneeweis; Koelnmesse
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Image haute résolution : 11.69 x 7.8 @ 300dpi ~ 2,3 Mo

Dossier de presse | 2704-04 - Communiqué de presse | Pure Talents Contest 2019: 26 Forward-Looking Product Ideas at imm cologne and LivingKitchen - imm cologne 2019, Koelnmesse GmbH - Design d’intérieur résidentiel - An A for dynamic sitting: Cléo is a table-and-chair ensemble by Julian Ribler and represents a new type of school furniture for alternative learning spaces. Thanks to its imaginative, playful and dynamic design, Cléo challenges traditional school furniture typologies that generally force children to adopt an upright, static position. - Crédit photo : Julian Ribler; Koelnmesse
An A for dynamic sitting: Cléo is a table-and-chair ensemble by Julian Ribler and represents a new type of school furniture for alternative learning spaces. Thanks to its imaginative, playful and dynamic design, Cléo challenges traditional school furniture typologies that generally force children to adopt an upright, static position.
Crédit photo : Julian Ribler; Koelnmesse
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Dossier de presse | 2704-04 - Communiqué de presse | Pure Talents Contest 2019: 26 Forward-Looking Product Ideas at imm cologne and LivingKitchen - imm cologne 2019, Koelnmesse GmbH - Design d’intérieur résidentiel - A private zoo: A Day at Zoo by Julian Marticke is both a decoration and a game. Thanks to the magnets integrated into the colourful elements, the geometric wooden blocks can be brought to life and combined to create animals or fantasy creatures. - Crédit photo : Julian Marticke; Koelnmesse
A private zoo: A Day at Zoo by Julian Marticke is both a decoration and a game. Thanks to the magnets integrated into the colourful elements, the geometric wooden blocks can be brought to life and combined to create animals or fantasy creatures.
Crédit photo : Julian Marticke; Koelnmesse
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Image haute résolution : 11.69 x 8.27 @ 300dpi ~ 1,1 Mo

Dossier de presse | 2704-04 - Communiqué de presse | Pure Talents Contest 2019: 26 Forward-Looking Product Ideas at imm cologne and LivingKitchen - imm cologne 2019, Koelnmesse GmbH - Design d’intérieur résidentiel - 21 ways to be seated: the Physical Sketchbook by Mu Hau Kao is based on his explorative research into what constitutes good seating in different contexts. The result was 21 prototypes that add up to a wide-ranging collection of seating options. - Crédit photo : Mu Hau Kao; Koelnmesse
21 ways to be seated: the Physical Sketchbook by Mu Hau Kao is based on his explorative research into what constitutes good seating in different contexts. The result was 21 prototypes that add up to a wide-ranging collection of seating options.
Crédit photo : Mu Hau Kao; Koelnmesse
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Image haute résolution : 11.69 x 8.27 @ 300dpi ~ 2,7 Mo

Dossier de presse | 2704-04 - Communiqué de presse | Pure Talents Contest 2019: 26 Forward-Looking Product Ideas at imm cologne and LivingKitchen - imm cologne 2019, Koelnmesse GmbH - Design d’intérieur résidentiel - Stopping the rot: the Leppänen dining table by Riku Toivonen celebrates the imperfections of old birch, the grain of which is emphasised when the rotting process sets in. The designer created tables with unique patterns out of blocks of discarded lumber that are generally only used to secure goods during transport. - Crédit photo : Riku Toivonen; Koelnmesse
Stopping the rot: the Leppänen dining table by Riku Toivonen celebrates the imperfections of old birch, the grain of which is emphasised when the rotting process sets in. The designer created tables with unique patterns out of blocks of discarded lumber that are generally only used to secure goods during transport.
Crédit photo : Riku Toivonen; Koelnmesse
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Dossier de presse | 2704-04 - Communiqué de presse | Pure Talents Contest 2019: 26 Forward-Looking Product Ideas at imm cologne and LivingKitchen - imm cologne 2019, Koelnmesse GmbH - Design d’intérieur résidentiel - No need to stick your head in the sand! POP by Rongjie Yang provides a protective, soundproof shell – a private sphere for taking a bit of time out in public spaces, enjoying a meditative moment or just making a phone call. - Crédit photo : Rongjie Yang; Koelnmesse
No need to stick your head in the sand! POP by Rongjie Yang provides a protective, soundproof shell – a private sphere for taking a bit of time out in public spaces, enjoying a meditative moment or just making a phone call.
Crédit photo : Rongjie Yang; Koelnmesse
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