Published on : Monday, January 14, 2019
2019 is a year peppered with anniversaries, restarts, new releases, showcases and events! They are thrilled to give us a heads up of their clients’ news and a small glimpse of what will excite us in 2019.
Brand. Kiosk is much looking forward to sharing many of those moments with everyone!
The Czech premium lighting manufacturer Brokis starts into the New Year with a showcase in Paris at Maison&Objet in January and the brand’s first presentation in Asia at Design Shanghai in March, followed by an extraordinary debut of new releases in the brand’s own first showroom in Brera and at Euroluce during Milan Design Week in April 2019. Presenting the versatile collection of hand-blown glass lighting, Brokis will make a statement with the biggest showcase in the brand’s history.
For Moving Walls, the Swiss provider of mobile, writeable office tools, 2019 starts with the launch of a new versatile and flexible table, the Moving Table, designed by Jörg Boner. Following on seamlessly after the successful brand presentation at Orgatec and the launch of a number of new agile office tools, Moving Walls continues to build its collection of demand-orientated, multifunctional writeable and magnetic office furniture for creating entire office spaces in a flexible and agile manner.
Republic Fritz Hansen
After the successful introduction of the Planner Coffee Table by Paul McCobb in 2018, Republic of Fritz Hansen presents further new furniture pieces and a new light by the American architect in 2019. The iconic Drop is presented in striking new colours and of course – after the latest successful collaboration with Nendo Studio™ for the N01™ – there is another exciting collaboration coming up for this year’s Salone del Mobile in Milan.
Stattmann Neue Moebel
German contemporary furniture brand Stattmann Neue Moebel kicks off the New Year with a number of striking new releases. The brand known for its collection of reduced and sustainable solid wood furniture debuts a family of refined chairs by Swiss designer Jörg Boner. The new CURV CHAIR makes its debut at the start of the New Year with special events all over Europe. A number of further new releases including a bar stool by designer Sylvain Willenz along with a refreshed brand look invigorate the subtle collection in 2019.
Multidisciplinary design duo Studio Besau-Marguerre makes a statement overseas in 2019. With the interior design and shop concept of the three new Vitra and Artek stores in Kualalumpur, Shenzen and Singapore, the Hamburg-based designers continue their successful cooperation with the renowned design brands and broaden their portfolio of premium interior design projects worldwide. In addition to the successful anniversary edition of Thonet’s cantilever chair S 533 F by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Studio Besau-Marguerre debuts two special re-editions for traditional German manufacturer Thonet at imm cologne in January 2019.
Karimonu New Standard
2019 is a very special and exciting year for the Japanese brand. In April 2019 Karimoku New Standard celebrates its 10th anniversary with extraordinary presentations in the city and at Salone del Mobile during Milan Design Week. The anniversary year also holds in store a number of striking new releases by current and new international designers for the brand, new collaborations and thrilling projects.
For the aspiring interiors brand tre, 2019 kicks off with showcases at Maison&Objet in January and a whole range of new accessories and furniture that expand the versatile collection of simple products with a twist. Later in the year during Milan Design Week, tre debuts with a considerable Pop Up Shop featuring new original products from the brand’s co-founder Tomek Rygalik as well as a host of young international designers.
Studio Jonathan Radetz
For Studio Jonathan Radetz, formally known as Jono Concepts, 2019 is an eventful year, kicking off with the honor of the German Design Award 2019 for the tray collection Tangram for Koziol. At imm cologne in January, the studio presents the new family of side tables TIRO for Jan Kurtz. During Milan Design Week, Studio Jonathan Radetz showcases with several novelties including the participation in a special design initiative for the porcelain manufacturer Kober in cooperation with Olivari at Palazzo Litta.