The most important Polish interior design trade fair kept us very busy. We organized a meeting with our trading partners and the world premiere of the 2020 fabric collection in the centre of Warsaw. Additionally, as a partner, we supported an exhibition organized by the Label magazine to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus titled "Post-Bauhaus. Art as life 1919-2019 ".
As in previous years, a new Dekoma fabric collection will debut at the January Heimtextil 2020 fair in Frankfurt am Main. Nevertheless, the meeting organized during the Warsaw fair in the Analog / Digital studio was an opportunity to present the first product proposals and the main trends in the next year's collection. In a relaxed atmosphere, it was possible to discuss new products, learn about the partners' opinions about them and choose colour variants. The place was not randomly chosen as Dekoma fabrics are featured in the studio’s designer, avant-garde furnishings in the industrial style.
The official part of the meeting ended with a presentation by Krzysztof Pajor representing Audile, who talked about room acoustics and the possibilities of changing it with fabrics and upholstered elements. Acoustics is currently a very topical subject in the interior design sector, concerning to a large extent workplaces and offices, but also hotels, cultural facilities and finally residential interiors.
photo: Marek Swoboda
Cornflower blue is one of the three basic colours. Together with black and white, they created a colour palette eagerly used by modernists. This was the colour of the velour curtain from the Ton collection, which delineated the exhibition space and became a sight and touch stimulating background for the objects displayed at the exhibition organized by the Label magazine. It featured both contemporary and modern exhibits inspired by the Bauhaus aesthetics.
photo: Ernest Wińczyk
The exhibition includes: a collection of posters designed for the anniversary of the Bauhaus, as well as original editions of ceramics by Walter Gropius (Rosenthal), Marek Cecuła, Design K, and Knoll (Aqina) furniture designed by such artists as Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Lilly Reich, Marianne Brandt and Marcel Breuer. In addition, visitors will be able to see the Lexavala installation with their latest Twain lamp and the BMW electric car designed by Richard Kim. The exhibition also inaugurated the LABEL Studio project - space filled with sensual stimuli.
photo: Ernest Wińczyk