Giorgetti, double location in Cologne

During imm cologne 2020 the brand doubles its presence in the German city: at Koelnmesse in the booth of 350 square meters, and in the store on Kaiser-Wilhelm Ring

Giorgetti won’t miss out on this year’s first international appointment for the world of design. The German market and imm cologne are showcases of fundamental importance for the company, allowing visitors to enter its world through two locations, at the fair and in the city.

Giorgetti is on hand at the Koelnmesse trade fair complex from 13 to 19 January, with a booth of over 350 square meters (Hall 11.1. Stand D11-C10), where for the occasion the Skyline modular sofa by Carlo Colombo is shown in multiple compositions, enhanced by two new products: an island termination module and a new corner table, alternating full and empty zones in a geometric game thanks to the use of wood, leather, glass and marble. The living area also features the Dia cabinet and the MTM system.

Tavolino collezione Skyline
Skyline Table collection

The total living proposal of Giorgetti includes the Amadeus table in marble by Roberto Lazzeroni in the dining area, combined with the light forms of the Alexa chairs, along with the Charlotte and Ino sideboards, the Nyn sculptural cabinet, the Hug chair and the decorative objects and complements of the Atmosphere collection.

The display space presents a bedroom zone furnished with Amiral bookcases and tables, the Tamino, All Around and Pamina seating, the Oli and Galet tables. For the outdoor setting, the protagonist is the Open Air collection by Ludovica & Roberto Palomba.

The narrative of stylish living by Giorgetti continues in the over 400 square meters of the store on Kaiser-Wilhelm Ring, featuring window displays demonstrating the creative rigor of designer Carlo Colombo. Also at this location, you can see the fluid lines of Skyline enhanced by paneling in pomellé sapele mahogany. At the center of the paneling, a segment made for the event with other Giorgetti materials references the architectural space of the new advertising campaign for 2020, Object to Project.