What will the consumer goods of tomorrow look like? Which designs will be popular among your customers? The trend experts from the renowned bora.herke.palmisano design studio provide the answers. The colours, shapes and materials as well as international developments in product design, fashion, architecture and art are brought together in a number of "trend worlds". Specific examples and realisation ideas bring the future to life. The special presentation comprising several hundred products from the latest collections of Ambiente exhibitors ensures a comprehensive overview. Accompanying slide shows with subsequent guided tours give greater depth to these industry insights and offer added value to trade visitors.
Just how easily the contrasts between poetry and practicality can sit side by side is shown by "blossom field". Romantic floral patterns in pastel shades, playful shapes and delicate materials go hand in hand with understated modernity.
This includes home textiles with graphic patterns and clear stripes, lattice structures and chrome. The colour palette ranges from intense rose-red to delicate pastel shades with black and white providing a neutral counterpoint.
With "classic ground", an elegant urban lifestyle is characterised by the use of traditional, high-quality designs that, with tasteful arrangements, manage to create a tidy, comfortable ambience.
Rich orange and cool blue deliberately disrupt the neutrality of greys and browns, lending a touch of retro and that certain extra something.
The "eccentric domain" trend is all about extravagance, decadence and glamour: decorative shapes, unusual patterns, extraordinary surface effects and extravagant accents in pink, jade and plum. The antique and the surreal are combined with one another with amused and amusing detachment.
With "contrasting sphere", there is a captivating contrast between dry, porous textures and brilliant gloss. Colours of the desert range from light sandy colours and golden ochres to dark brown.
Natural materials, traditional hand-crafted work and innovative high-tech processes create an atmosphere full of tension, an effect that is both familiar and futuristic at one and the same time.