The ICONIC Award: Interior Innovation is considered as one oft he most prestigious design awards in the interior design market worldwide and is awarded every year by the German Design Council on the occasion of the IMM Cologne.
The successful ARCHITECT@WORK concept as a top industry meeting point for architects, interior designer and other designers will come to Düsseldorf at 6th and 7th December 2017 for fifth time. SAHCO is represent for the first time and will present the highlight fabric SARIZZO.
Helsinki, London, San Francisco, Melbourne and Barcelona: A journey through the trendiest city districts was the inspiration for a fashionable, diverse collection.
Fabric design 1987-2017 at Neues Museum Staatliches Museum für Kunst und Design Nuremberg from 29th September to 1st November 2017, Opening: Thursday 28th September, 7 p.m. Ulf Moritz is a highly innovative fabric designer and is one of the most important designers of his sector. The continuous change is the most remarkable part of his
Innovative top performances from every product sector in the industry are what guide the image of the ICONIC AWARDS. The ICONIC Award, hosted by the German Design Council, prized excellent products every year.
SAHCO was awarded the silver status in the Trevira CS Club. Trevira, manufacturer of high-tec polyester fibres and filaments, is one of the best-known brands in the contract market and allocates this award once a year within the scope of the trade fair Heimtextil in Frankfurt.
Art and design staged in awe-inspiring surroundings – Neues Museum in Nuremberg is sure to take your breath away. On over 3,000 square meters of collection and exhibition space, the Neues Museum shows contemporary art and design. Designed by Berlin based architect Volker Staab, the building, which opened in 2000, is an outstanding contemporary edifice
The exhibition „S!LK NOW“ of the German Textile Museum Krefeld in cooperation with the fashion academy AMD Akademie Mode & Design Düsseldorf dedicates to different facets of silk. It shows the creative versatility of European textile design and examines the continued existence of the tradition of silk today.
Truly one-of-a-kind: the bed „Eclipse“, designed by the renowned American furniture designer Dakota Jackson in 1978 exclusively for the fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg. It is regarded as one of his very special works with which he gained reputation and public awareness in those days. Especially for the current exhibition “The Making of Dakota Jackson”,
Interior designer Oana Rosen about materials, the right context and her personal inspiration Mrs Rosen, you are a trained architect. For several years you have been specializing in high-quality interior design. What is so fascinating about it? It is the great versatility that the interior design offers. Each project is very individual and you constantly