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IMM 2020: Leolux in Italian spheres

19-12-2019

Design lovers will be in their element: hall after hall will be dedicated to furniture design from all over the world. As per tradition, Leolux will present its new collection in Cologne. Here the visitor will discover the Rego sofa programme by Gino Carollo: true Italian style but featuring the legendary Leolux comfort. You will find Leolux in Hall 11.2, stand H31.

Italian allure

Rego radiates the pure elegance for which Italian design is traditionally famous. Organic lines feature prominently in Rego. This is reflected in the round chaise longue and the curved elements. And of course, there is a matching footstool. With its subtle thin armrests and glorious details, Rego is in the top segment of the Leolux collection and the undisputed eyecatcher of IMM.

Sensational comfort

Other new styles include the Nardo sofa collection (Beck Design), which proves that Leolux is still the best when it comes to comfortable seating. Comfort is abundantly present. The combination of filling material in the cushions ensures irresistible comfort, and the sofa arms are freely adjustable for wonderful lounging moments. The robust panels that support the cushions give Nardo a very light and airy look, especially when it is free-standing in a space.

Appealing stand design

The Leolux stand is an innovation in itself. With a new design and inspiring mix of colours and materials, the brand presents itself in a particularly appealing way. From natural colours to expressive combinations: stand H31 in Hall 11.2 is a design experience not to be missed.

Leolux collection 2020

Are you interested in how Leolux will be presenting itself in 2020? All visitors to the exhibition in Cologne are guaranteed to be among the first to experience the new collection. After IMM, the new designs will be transferred to the Leolux Design Centres. In mid-April, the collection will then be in store.

Consumer days IMM 2020

Friday 17 January, 09.00 – 18.00
Saturday 18 January, 10.00 – 18.00
Sunday 19 January, 10.00 – 17.00

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