Fair presentation at imm cologne

Exhibition stand, 2012

horgenglarus, Switzerland

The horgenglarus stand at imm cologne 2012 created by Huerlemann is held in a classic white and highlighted by a sculptor made of bentwood frames.

horgenglarus, the Swiss manufacturer of wooden chairs and tables, made an appearance at the international exhibition in Cologne with a stand created by Hürlemann (then called Studio Hannes Wettstein). On a white podium underneath the company’s logo a selection of the classic horgenglarus chairs are presented, perfectly illuminated. The highlight of the stand, a sculpture from solid untreated, bentwood frames, hangs down from the hall roof through the stand’s open ceiling, poetically drawing attention to horgenglarus’ distinctive capabilities in bending solid wood. Beneath the sculpture the newest wooden tables from the company are presented on a white parquet podium.

Photos: Marcus Hofschulz

The horgenglarus stand at imm cologne 2012 created by Huerlemann is held in a classic white and highlighted by a sculptor made of bentwood frames.
The horgenglarus stand at imm cologne 2012 created by Huerlemann is held in a classic white and highlighted by a sculptor made of bentwood frames.
The horgenglarus stand at imm cologne 2012 created by Huerlemann is held in a classic white and highlighted by a sculptor made of bentwood frames.
The horgenglarus stand at imm cologne 2012 created by Huerlemann is held in a classic white and highlighted by a sculptor made of bentwood frames.