B&B Italia started the year off with a host of new products at IMM Cologne, including a new addition to the Mart Collection.
March 1st, 2012
In January this year, some of the world’s top design companies descended upon Germany for IMM Cologne to present their latest designs to an eager industry audience.
B&B Italia had a host of new products on show, with a focus on comfort and seating for an array of seating areas.
The Michel seating system, a new version of the Athos table, J.J armchairs, an expanded Frank, Luis and Ray sofa range were among the many items on offer from the leading contemporary furnituremaker.
A standout was the Mart Collection, designed by Antonio Citterio and first launched in 2003. Originally with thermoforming leather upholstery and a bold geometric steel base, the 2012 edition of the Mart chair has a four spoke swivel base in smoked stained oak, bringing an all-new look to this series of arm chairs.
Mart is available in Australia through Space Furniture.
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