Awards for grace and muskat by Kati Meyer-Brühl
The grace and muskat sofas and armchairs have won the Green GOOD DESIGN Award 2016, a prize for particularly eco-friendly and sustainable design awarded by the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design. The Green GOOD DESIGN Award emerged from the GOOD DESIGN Award, the world’s most renowned international design prize.
grace and muskat were initially launched at the imm cologne 2015. Both designs are characterised by a reduced form and style, a transparent construction and airy, delicate looks. A fine metal frame – stainless steel or chrome, galvanised or powder-coated in black – and smooth cushions with or without accentuating corded seams make grace look particularly light and graceful. muskat has a wooden frame, left natural or finished with coloured oil. The specially created choice of colours consists of seven shades. A cushion that falls softly over the backrest adds a casual touch to muskat.
Both models are designed in a way that offers more individual design flexibility and a longer lifespan, thanks to removable covers. Additional armrest pads are available for both ranges. grace and muskat go well with country as well as urban interiors and easily fit in with other pieces of furniture.
Kati Meyer-Brühl is brühl’s Creative Director and one of Europe’s most successful designers. In her work, she combines a light handed, yet distinctive and easy to understand design language with maximum quality, sustainability and environmental compatibility. She has won more than 70 national and international design awards for her work.
brühl design in Venice
Location: Palazzo Michiel, near Rialto Bridge
From 28 May to 27 November 2016, hammersvik, les copains harp, grace and Kati’s multi award-winning mosspink sofa will be presented at the international design exhibition ‘Time – Space – Existence’ in the context of the upcoming Venice Biennale of Architecture 2016.