Piet Boon: exciting contrasts

The new collection at IMM Cologne 2017

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Piet Boon: exciting contrasts
18/01/2017 - Studio Piet Boon presents a renewed and contrasting Piet Boon Collection to the public in Cologne at Design Post during the interior design fair IMM Cologne unitl 22 January. 

Piet Boon Collection
In following of the Salone del Mobile fair in Milan 2016, the multidisciplinary studio will present innovative shapes, combinations and usage of materials in Cologne.
Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

The renewed Piet Boon Collection is a special translation of the studio’s creative signature. Inspired by the balance between masculinity and femininity, the collection focusses on apparent contradictions. Organic rounded shapes lie in stark contrast with understated and sober constructions. By playing with proportions, contrasts, color variations and textures in both execution as well as presentation, the studio managed to add an extra dimension to the collection.
Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

In addition to the BO sofa, RAAF table and coffee table and KEKKE mirrors, the studio will introduce two additional novelties at the IMM; the BO armchair and slender LARS outdoor dining series. The new furniture items reflect the studio’s effort of pushing boundaries of its own creative signature. In line with the studio’s philosophy of functionality, aesthetics and individuality, this year’s IMM collection is richer in simplicity.

Visual language
By adding new shapes and dimensions to the collection the brand responds to various needs. With its strong organic interplay of lines, both the BO sofa and armchair arose from the need to create a sofa that could adapt to various social settings.
Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

The BO can be placed in both an open and a closed set up. As a counterpart for the round BO Sofa and as addition to the current dining series, the studio introduces the bold wooden RAAF series consisting of a generous dining- and coffee table. Drawing inspiration from the renowned traditional craftsmanship of the austere “Shakers” community, the whole series reflects the studio’s carpenters roots and keen eye for proportions.
Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Thoughtful combinations of various earth tones make up this year’s IMM rich color palette. In line with the color scheme, glass art by German artist Alexa Lixfeld and various styling accessories strengthen the Studio Piet Boon experience.
Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection

Piet Boon Collection


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