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Furniture decors which are as varied and inspiring as the world itself. Created in line the latest global design trends, scouted by our continually intense market monitoring. Specially tailored to our customers’ concrete demands. Our ONE WORLD Collection from SWISS KRONO encompasses the most varied monotone, wood and design surfaces, which can be combined in continually new ways and fit perfectly.
This means we are able to open up all building areas to a diverse range of design possibilities. Regardless of where the ONE WORLD Collection comes to use – the perfect individual solution is always just a few steps away. Thanks to our numerous production locations, and our wide-reaching sales network, we are where you are. Everywhere in the world.
The combination of modern furniture with old, antique and classic pieces and accessories creates a very special and cosy atmosphere. A touch of nostalgia can be felt, and craftsmanship once again plays a larger role. Warm Vintage is about going back to the roots – as a reaction to our progressing digitalisation – which celebrates experiences with haptics and nature.
This trend can be found both within and outside cities, and can be best described with the words “less is more”. Monochrome colours and straight-lined shapes are typical of this style, along with the affinity towards new technologies. What’s more, the Japanese tidying expert Marie Kondō is propagating a new kind of external order which lets the order within oneself be restored. It means that people can be happy with fewer things.
Lush shapes, powerful patterns, splendid colours. The joy in the seemingly unlimited diversity of objects, along with the unfamiliar mix of old and new. Maximalism is first and foremost on equal par with excessive sensuality. This latest living style encourages playfulness and individuality, and it finds pleasure in decorations and a targeted combination of styles. Not only Bohemians can let their full personality loose with this style.
Simplicity and clarity define Scandinavian and Japanese living styles. So why not combine the two? Characteristic of this design trend is the marriage of light-coloured wood – such as beech, oak or maple – with white, light grey and blue tones. Also characteristic is the Japanese wabi-sabi concept of aesthetics, expressed in the saying: “Pare down to the essence, but don’t remove the poetry.”
The longing for special surfaces is becoming ever stronger – people want to feel what the eyes see. The first tests with the new structure have shown how well it harmonises with the many kinds of wood and design finishes. We can now present you a universally applicable wood structure that meets natural and haptic requirements.