“Design Deutschland 2010” showcases VIAL and NOOK in Milan Print
Wednesday, 14 April 2010 07:52

The young German design company, Vial, showcases its NOOK furniture series at the 'Salone Internazionale del Mobile' in Milan.

NOOK will be showcased in the exhibition series 'Design Deutschland 2010' from 14 to 19 April 2010 at the 'FuoriSalone' in Milan.

NOOK was first exhibited at the imm Cologne 2010. Due to its particular design approach and the usage of the new VarioLine® material, the NOOK stool has already been awarded the renowned iF product design award 2010 and the iF material award 2010.

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VIAL_Press_Pictures-4The emerging company Vial is showcasing the NOOK furniture series designed by designer Patrick Frey as part of the exhibition series of the German Design Council and additionally as part of an individual presentation.

The Design Deutschland 2010 exhibition is curated by the „German Design Council“ which is one of the world's leading centres of competence for communication and the transfer of expertise in the field of design.
VIAL_Press_Pictures-2VIAL_Press_Pictures-1An illustrative selection of current designs by the most important German designers and companies will be available to see.

In doing so, the German Design Council focuses on products that concentrate on the actual function of the design – offering solutions or possibilities for people to deal with things.
VIAL_Press_Pictures-6The Design Deutschland 2010 exhibition will also be on show at the ICCF in New York from 15 to 18 May.