|||||||Next door to Cologne’s Koelnmesse, Design Post hosts high-calibre brands|Gelderland’s showroom space with its new Noon sofa in the foreground|The buzzing entrance. Architects OIII converted the former railway buildings|Newcomers Moooi occupy a light-flooded space in the building’s rafters|Montis’s Dim Sum chairs; the brand’s owner also co-owns Design Post|Lammhults’ Comet Sport chair newly unveiled to coincide with Orgatec||
22 Nov 2012

Design Post examined

Words by Jenny Brewer

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