imm cologne 09: [d3] design contest   part 2 imm cologne 09: [d3] design contest   part 2
jan 24, 2009

imm cologne 09: [d3] design contest part 2

‘ich war’s nicht’ (it wasn’t me) chair by kai linke from germany image © designboom

last week we published an article on the [d3] design contest winners, as part of the program [d3] design talents at the imm cologne. here are more images of the designs that were exhibited in the design talents contest.

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‘lantern’ height adjustable lamp by mathias hahn from germany images © designboom

‘odd cabinet’ by mathias hahn from germany image © designboom

‘juan pedro and pablo’ stool series by reinhard dienes diaz from colombia images © designboom

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‘what it is, it isn’t’ cupboard and instrument by nathan wierink and tineke beunders from the netherlands images © designboom

detail images © designboom

‘your level’ a series of drawers by ryohei yoshiyuki from japan image © designboom

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‘wrapped’ by pierre kracht from germany image © designboom

‘supercool’ by hansandfranz (konstantin landuris and horst wittmann) from germany image © designboom

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‘cordula’ by stephanie jasny from germany image © designboom

‘mr. light series’ LED lamps by tomas alonso from spain image © designboom

‘NO.7’ nube chair by tomas alonso from spain image © designboom

‘ross well’ textile table by marcel kieser and christof spath from germany detail image © designboom

‘diamond chair’ by benjamin hubert from UK images © designboom

‘fridtjof’ (sidetable) and ‘kirsten’ (lamp) by johannes hemann from germany image © designboom

the furniture are generated by simulated storms – this box demonstrates the procedure see more on this method ‘storm generated forms by johannes hemann‘image © designboom

more: see also part 1 – the winners of the [d3] design contest

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