January 2014 | Serial uniqueness
interlübke bases its expertise in industrially manufactured premium products on three pillars: high-quality individual pieces of furniture, compatible system programmes and custom builds for interior fittings – from a portfolio including numerous new items.
For the opening of imm cologne 2014 the long-established, international system furniture manufacturer is surprising dealers and consumers with two product premieres for living and sleeping: the innovative shelf system grid (designed by Gil Coste + Holger Janke) and the upholstered bed mell and a delicate cabinet system of the same name (designed by Markus Jehs + Jürgen Laub). The successful design classic studimo (shelf system, initial design 1977, team form ag) is to be aesthetically and functionally enhanced by a new gliding door system. The fusion of the wardrobe classics S07 and 40S (designed by Rolf Heide + Peter Kräling) has produced the "master programme" collect – a unique, universally plannable storage space concept for use throughout the house.
Shout it from the rooftops!
Since the company was founded in 1937, the manufacturer has specialised in producing high-end furniture of consummate craftsmanship. The 'special factory for polished bedrooms' has evolved into a modern industrial enterprise with exemplary vertical integration. Each serially produced model facilitating an architecturally orientated furnishing style is a unique piece.
"The claim 'serial uniqueness' sums up our characteristic qualities and strengths," explains Managing Partner Leo Lübke. "In addition, we are sharpening our new focus on the premium brand and its unique features. Our system furniture expertise produces not only excellent individual pieces of furniture and coherent furnishing concepts for complete installations, but also tailored custom builds for interior fittings."
Smart and efficient
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