favius at imm cologne 2019

The table series GRAVITY TABLE by Hanne Willmann and the bowls PIEDUCCIO by SCMP DESIGN OFFICE will make their debut at the imm cologne 2019.

In her table series GRAVITY TABLE designer Hanne Willmann from Berlin transforms the classic table base into a characteristic element by using noble marble. With its balanced proportions and its puristic elegance, the table series integrates perfectly into the company philosophy of favius.

Simultaneously, the bowls PIEDUCCIO of the French SCMP DESIGN OFFICE will be presented. Fine processing details plus the craftsmanship of the fusing-procedure for manufacturing the unique glass covers characterize this distinctive design and complete the collection of favius.


Hall 4.1

Stand D-050

14 to 20 January 2019

Exhibition at CBK Amsterdam

CBK Amsterdam has begun the summer with its completely redesigned CBKAMER design shop. The occasion of its opening in the monumental structure of the “Centrums foor Bleedend Kunst” (CBK) is being marked by the CBKAMER Design Expo.

This exhibition, which was ceremoniously opened on 15th June 2018, highlights unique designs by talented designers and artists that impress as a result of their production methods.

We are delighted that several products from our current collection have found a place in the diverse collection of furniture, ceramics, jewellery and accessories.

Our avant-garde ARCH CHAIR armchair, designed by Martin Hirth, as well as the GLASGOW glass vases and our PIVOT porcelain dishes – both designed by Anna Weber – are currently on display at the Design Expo.

Oranje-Vrijstaatkade 71
1093 KS Amsterdam

Review – favius at imm cologne 2018

At imm cologne 2018 favius presented the new upholstered chair PILLAR by Martin Hirth and the mirror HIDE with its edge in leather by the danish designer Mikkel Vandborg. Our set of bowls PIVOT designed by Anna Weber is now available in black porcelain.

We are pretty thankful for each visit at this year´s stand!

London Design Festival 2016

Before the brand favius even existed, Anna Weber’s vases appeal in England. During the London Design Festival 2016 the hand blown vases were presented in the well-respected interior design store mint.

The mint store is within spitting distance to the Victoria and Albert museum (V&A) which is the starting point for many visitors. The festival and its 400 activities unite the traditional and the modern design culture and attract more than 375.000 visitors every year. Several hundreds exhibitors celebrate their designs in London those days.

Photography: Inge Clemente, Emiliano Verrocchio