COR Sitzmöbel has contributed to this living culture at sea by outfitting 251 generously designed suites. (photo: COR Sitzmöbel)
Starting in May 2013, Hapag-Lloyd Cruises is presenting an interior design (architects: psd Partner Ship Design) on board the “EUROPA 2″ which interprets luxury requirements as a modern, casual lifestyle. COR Sitzmöbel has contributed to this living culture at sea by outfitting 251 generously designed suites.
“Home is always best. We are happy to settle for second place.” With this gracious understatement, Hapag-Lloyd Cruises expresses its central aspiration: To make breaks at sea feel like a second home on all programme and design levels. “Well-being can also be calculated in terms of square meters,” says Julian Pfitzner, Head of Product Management. “Our concept addresses modern cosmopolitans with a relaxed lifestyle through maximum individuality and comfort.” These criteria are also decisive when it comes to selecting partner firms such as COR.
03. July 2012
Categories: Exhibitors, News
Tags: Austria, benches, chairs, Chanel, CONSETA, COR, COR Sitzmöbel, design, Dibbern, easy chairs, Europa 2, Germany, Hapag-Lloyd Cruises, interior design, JAB Anstoetz, Julian Pfitzner, Kai Bunge, Miele, Partner Ship Design, QUANT, Schott Zwiesel, SHRIMP, Siegfried Schindler, sofas, special edition, Switzerland
Communication designers from around the world are creative like never before – and those interested in design can see this for themselves in Switzerland this spring. With the exhibition “Quality has a form. red dot presents: Excellent communication design in Basel” red dot presents in the exhibition area of the Basel School of Design from 13 April to 9 May 2010, the best communication design works that have won awards in the “red dot award: communication design 2009”. The festive vernissage will take place on 12 April 2010.
For a long time Basel has been regarded as one of the European centres of excellent graphic design. Famous designers, among them Niklaus Stöcklin, Burkhard Mangold, Herbert Leupin, Donald Brun, Armin Hofmann, and Emil Ruder, have had a formative influence on the history of communication design and the city’s reputation abroad over decades. The exhibition presenting the winners of the “red dot award: communication design 2009” continues this tradition and aims to ensure that the awareness of the global significance of creative work remains high in future.
12. April 2010
Categories: Awards, Events
Tags: Armin Hofmann, Basel, Basel School of Design, Beijing, Burkhard Mangold, communication design, Donald Brun, Dubai, Emil Ruder, exhibition, Herbert Leupin, Moscow, Niklaus Stöcklin, red dot, red dot award: communication design, Seoul, Singapore, Switzerland, Sydney, Tokyo