Nature, optimism and motivation: Ambiente presents Trends 2022+ |

TOMesse Frankfurt is determined to keep Ambeinte as close to its traditional form as possible in February 2022. Between the annual sections of the exhibition, visitors will again be able to see the Trends exhibition, a special space created by curators from Stilbüro bora.herke.palmisano. Here the shapes, colors and materials are explored and the ideas are captured with the help of objects presented by the exhibitors. This time, the main trends of the next year are three directions: treatment solution + cleansing (therapeutic solutions + cleansing), identity knowledge + creation (knowledge of the individual’s identity + creation), vivid improvement + release (energy improvement + release).

treatment solution + cleansing (healing solutions + cleansing)

New internal perspectives

As constraints loosen, we strive for new achievements. However, the house is still the most important refuge where we draw our vitality. The remedy solving + clearing trend expresses exactly this important function of the house: an airy and light theme of the interior is designed to create a sense of well-being and energy. Insight goes hand in hand with the game of illusions, innovative materials make sustainability the “new normal”. The trend is characterized by transparent fabrics, shiny appearances and futuristic color shades that attract attention. Our home is a place that fills us with energy to start new paths.

a The Mindcraft Project, Ctenophora Vase, Echinoidea Bowl, Morning Dip Side Table by ninetyonenininetytwo, photo by Anders Sune Berg 2 Sunlight Bell, Eva Solo 3 Hortensia armchair by Andrés Reisinger & Julia Esqué for Moooi 4 Superpose by Frederik Kurzweg for Norman Copenhagen five Dirk van der Kooij’s Changing Vase for Studio Kooij 6 The Shipping ‚’Time Table’ by Andrés Reisinger, Reisinger Studio 7 Dusk Tumbler, LSA 8 Andrés Reisinger’s Ripples Carpet for Moooi nine Keko by Tomi Laukkanen 10 Soap dispenser, Eva Solo eleven UME Dispenser, Zone Denmark 12 Solar panel by Carvey Ehren Maigue, James Dyson 2020 Sustainability Award Winner 13 Fo by Daniel Larsson fourteen Closed x DFNS Denim Refresher by Closed 15 Time & Style Gauze cotton towel 16 Otis by Amanda Do 17 Mieke Cuppen Cloches for Serax eighteen Sabine Marcelis Boa Pouf for Hem 19 Clouds, Alamy Stock Photography

knowledge of identity + creation (Knowledge of individual identity + creation)

Physical life. In search of the essence

In an age of almost unlimited possibilities, we see interior design as the use of traditional knowledge and skills. Identity knowledge + construction demonstrates the resilience of returning to the tried and true: designers use nature as a model and give our homes a genuine identity. The emphasis is on maximum simplicity and purity. Materials, furniture and surfaces create a sense of virginity and virginity. Handmade by local artisans or in limited quantities, the products symbolize the appreciation for knowledge and tradition passed down from generation to generation. Alternative materials and natural color combinations emphasize the deep connection with the house.

0 Stilburo bhp file a Lievore Altherr Molina Lapala for Expormim 2 Shards by Lea Schucking & Leya Bilgic 3 Ishime ceramic from Time & Style 4 LinenMe Napkin five Pulp bin from ferm Living 6 Casa quattro by LCA architetti [luca compri architetti];, photo by Simone Bossi 7 Donabe by Nagatani-En, Jinen Store 8 The Table Knife Project by Mermelada Studio for Florence knives nine L’Ecoucheur by Pauline Esparon, photo by Stéphane Ruchaud 10 Weisswald by Moya Birchbark eleven Refugios by Rita Soto 12 Brooch Aspects of Memory by Rita Soto 13 Laura Bilde’s form for Holmegaard fourteen Kartt by Santtu Mustonen for Iittala 15 MushLume Hemi Pendant by, photo by Denise Zwijnen 16 Bonfire from Studiopepe for Gallotti & Radice 17 Crackle by Kosta Boda

vivid improvement + liberatin

Live for positive change

This design trend is characterized by the release of incredible energy: vivid improvement + liberatin gives the appearance of the house a new dynamic. Vibrant colors, graphic contrasts and artistic designs create a positive atmosphere. At the same time, we are attracted to the material world: the creative ideas of designers, artists and urban planners excite and motivate, we want to get out of these difficult times together. The changes are visible and tangible.

a Aplo + Suspension Strap by Tristan Lohner for Fermob 2 Time Loop, 2021, Hong Kong, Paul Cocksedge Studio, photo © Kris Provoost 3 Colourdisc vases by Bethan Laura Wood, Cassina I Contemporanei Collection with Venini 4 Plate Helle A7, Oiva Toikka Collection, Iittala five Michele de Lucchi’s Plisse for Alessi 6 Bobbin table by Alfred Nevall 7 Tristan Lohner’s Aplo Lamp for Fermob 8 Desert Lounge Chair by ferm Living nine Desert Stool by farm Living 10 Low Wheel Luxembourg Table by Frédéric Sofia for Fermob eleven Carnet de Voyages by Bela Silva for Serax 12 Hay Kyoto Tango bracelet 13 Illustration by stilburo bhp fourteen Pom Pom, Oiva Toikka Collection, Iittala 15 Paper Razor by Kai 16 Aqua Regis by Studiopepe for Taccini, photo © Andrea Ferrari 17 Å-frodig by Magnus Voll Mathiassen for Heymat eighteen Alice Check Square Cushion by Hollie Ward at The New Craftsmen, 19 Festive tableware by Yotam Ottolenghi for Serax twenty Experimental item by Max Lamb for © Tajimi Custom Tiles 21 Corporate Design, Park am Gleisdreieck by minigram

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