Shades of yellow

Co-Laborat presents diverse furniture by Leonie Werle, Sebastian Hecht and Christian Kim.

 

News / Annika Feuss

For IMM Cologne 2012, product designers Leonie Werle, Sebastian Hecht and Christian Kim come together for the first time and show a collection of diverse furniture in which all objects refer to the colour yellow. The designs range from lamps to stools and a davenport.

Leoni Werle presented three products: Heimlicht, a symbiosis of lamp and table in oak, where the weight helps to adjust the height of the lamp shade; Pilu, an aluminum and oak lamp where the shape of the base allows the table lamp to be used in two different positions; and Knoopjes, a 3D-printed button using the FDM technology, in cooperation with Femke Roefs.

Christian Kim unveiled Twin, a modern variation in spruce of a pendulum clock with a clock-face and a pendulum of the same size; Triplet, a stool made from 3 identical parts cut and bent from 4mm aluminium sheets; and Ascender, hallway furniture in spruce that serves as a coat-rack with a lofty storage compartment.

Sebastian Hecht presented 90x110, a reinterpretation of the vintage davenport, a 90 x 110 cm oak workstation for everyday writing and office work.

Leoni Werle, Pilu lamp

Christian Kim, Ascender

Christian Kim, Ascender

Leoni Werle, Pilu lamp