International experts agree: when it comes to relaxing furniture with majority appeal, Germany’s upholstered furniture manufacturers are important innovators. In terms of ever more sophisticated comfort functions, new upholstery creations like the dinner sofa or environmentally compatible seating ensembles of the kind created by talented designer and EU award-winner Kati Meyer-Brühl, Germany is the benchmark for upholstery producers the world over.
Upholstery hub imm cologne
From 19-24 January 2010, trade visitors from all continents will be able to see this innovativeness for themselves at the imm cologne. Sofa manufacturers from Wervik to Singapore will be vying with German manufacturers to make their mark in the Cologne furniture fair’s biggest sub-section, the “Comfort” segment in Halls 5, 6 and 10.
26. October 2009
Categories: Business, Exhibitors, imm comfort
Tags: Association of the German Upholstered Furniture Industry, Benny Nilsson, Brühl & Sippold, Candy, Carina, Cassina, comfort, COR, CSIL, de Sede, Dirk-Walter Frommholz, domestic market, Europe's biggest buyers of upholstered furniture, European market, export, FM Munzer, Furninova, hall 10, hall 11, hall 5, hall 6, Hans Kaufeld, Hjellegjerde, Hukla, imm cologne 2010, imm comfort, Italian Centre for Industrial Studies, Kati Meyer-Brühl, Koinor, Kurt Beier, Molinari, Natuzzi, Nordica, orders, Ponsel, Rolf Benz, trend colours, upholstered furniture, upholstery, VdDP, Walter Knoll