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Interzum Trends

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The fast, digital, global, and diverse way of living works less and less within linear and rigid structures, but needs more flexible solutions and lively structures for individual lifestyles. How we live and how we design our space is less and less influenced by trends,
but more and more by individual interpretation of trends, influences, and materials. For this reason, materials for furniture design must be options of alternatives that allows you to identify your own key elements in your individual more+less.


Future Retro

Future Retro
Technical and digital developments are making amazing progress. Especially during this period, the yearning for traditional values and timeless classics is growing again, combined with the new or projected into the future with the help of new materials and technologies. In furniture design there are more and more classic wood types or even retro colours, which reflect this theme in combination with modern accessories.



Perfect Imperfection

Perfection can often be easily achieved with the help of the latest technology, but this is not always desirable in design. Irregularities and imperfections, such as linen, cracked oaks, handmade ceramics, are purposefully used in order to load perfection with emotion and natural appearance. The surface feel of the material is particularly important, because touch is the only sense that cannot be imitated artificially.

Perfect Imperfection



Colored monochrome

Colored monochrome
Monochrome designs are both minimalistic and harmonious, and fit well into our smart world. But emotion and liveliness remain sought after as well, which are created by difficult chromaticity through colours of different intensity within one colour world and have also influenced the meanings of Nearly Black and Nearly White. In addition to pure uni colours, coloured wood types and stone materials have great importance



Next Nature

Without realising it, we are always looking for a counterbalance in real and emotional experiences. Contrasts still play an important role in design as well. For example, lively black marble looks with white veins can be combined with large white marble decors. It remains to be seen if harmony plays a greater role than contrast in life and in design alike.

Next Nature



Contrasting Harmony

Contrasting harmony
Without realising it, we are always looking for a counterbalance in real and emotional experiences. Contrasts still play an important role in design as well. For example, lively black marble looks with white veins can be combined with large white marble decors. It remains to be seen if harmony plays a greater role than contrast in life and in design alike.



Technical Emotions

Technical products are increasingly present around us. Through different colours and materials, these technical products are given more and more emotion. Our technical capacities allow us to link metallic decors and natural wood character and thus awaken emotions.

Technical Emotions

Note

All shown decors are reproductions.