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LITTLE GREENE – Münchner Stoff Frühling 2017

On the occasion of the 20th Münchner Stoff Frühling Little Greene invites you to the Munich Showroom. The traditional paint and wallpaper manufacturer will present its new collections for 2017.

Little Greene Store Munich
Ottostrasse 5 | 80333 München




Rubelli MSF 17

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RUBELLI – Münchner Stoff Frühling 2017

Within the 20th Münchner Stoff Frühling Rubelli presents its new Rubelli Venezia Collection 2017 – Vivere a Colori. In the noble atmosphere of the Millerzimmer in the Munich Künstlerhaus, the traditional Venetian manufacturer invites you to the launch of this versatile collection.

RUBELLI at the Künstlerhaus
Lenbachplatz 8
Entrance Maxburgstraße
80333 München



Nemo Eritrea


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NEMO has realized an extraordinary photographic project in Eritrea together with the Italian photographer Neige De Benedetti. The pictures have become as unconventional as the shooting itself. They show NEMO's new lighting classics PROJECTEUR by Le Corbusier in the unique scenery of the streets of Asmara in Eritrea. The images are full of controversy: classical, iconic forms and purism on the one hand and the mixture of Italian and Eritrean culture on the other.




Kartell Laufen 17


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Kartell by Laufen at IHS Frankfurt

From 14 to 18 March 2017 at ISH in Frankfurt, Kartell by Laufen will present a new collection by Ludovica and Roberto Palomba. The product line is playing with new patterns and experimental finishes to make bathroom furnishings exciting objects. A constant is the high quality Saphir Keramik and the plastics typical of the Kartell by Laufen project that make it stand out on the traditional bathroom furnishings market.




Intertime Mesh 17


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Intertime novelty: lounger MESH

Intertime presents the new, progressive lounge chair MESH. Designed by Robin Rizzini, MESH plays with the contrast between angular shell and comfortable, pillow-like padding, combining different materials to form an accentuated, artistic eye-catcher. A tubular steel frame with a technical knit cover constitutes the chair’s distinctive shell. The padding is kept consciously minimal, with extra-soft seating comfort and quilted seams in the back cushion.