new releases Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2016

Kati Meyer-Brühl’s clear, open and industrial style-inspired exhibition stand design provided the stage for sophisticated interior arrangements and her new creations:

Design Kati Meyer-Brühl

The utterly comfortable attitude as a corner formation consisting of a longchair, an annexe sofa and an optional occasional table looks particularly open and urban. The occasional table can either be pushed between the two seating elements or be placed separately.

Design Kati Meyer-Brühl

The grace armchair with closed armrests optionally features additional round cut-outs for a geometric effect. The frame is finished with a black powder coating to blend in with the black leather covers while in the version without the cut-outs, the chrome frame intentionally draws the attention to the precise linear design.

les copains harp
Design Kati Meyer-Brühl

The les copains harp chairs combine a graceful, galvanised metal frame with a string body woven from fine stainless steel wire. The chairs are not only surprisingly comfortable, they are also extremely robust and durable, suitable for outdoor use – and look as light as a feather. They are as sustainable as they are aesthetical. Versions: small, low, medium.

Design Kati Meyer-Brühl

Thanks to their handy dimensions, the moka tables are particularly versatile – as soloists or as groups of tables that can be individually arranged as required. Light-coloured wood, slightly tapered legs and a table top in smoothly rounded triangle shape provide moka with a cheerful, uncomplicated appearance.

Design Kati Meyer-Brühl

Storage space, artistically inspired: A comb was the inspiration for this witty shelf whose ‘teeth’, instead of dividing hair as they would in a comb, here give hold: They reliably hold the individual shelves in place while at the same time allowing easy adjustments of position. Only the top and bottom shelf have been permanently fixed for static reasons.

Design Kati Meyer-Brühl

Nature’s messenger: hammersvik is an oasis of calm and also a sustainable and decorative element. Massive beech tree trunks, with the typical cracks that result from the drying process, have been cut into slices, debarked, planed and sanded, then soaped white.