From Cologne to Paris with a stopover in Geneva

04. February 2019

World-class lifestyle, interior and design shows with BUBEN&ZORWEG as exhibitors!

While everybody thinks December was the busiest month of the year, January seems to keep up in BUBEN&ZORWEG calendar. From Germany to Switzerland and from Switzerland to France, three almost simultaneous events brought the fascinating universe of BUBEN&ZORWEG closer to global community of aesthetes and collectors.

The first stop was ‘imm cologne’, the very first interior design show of the year and the first choice for international exhibitors and professional visitors from all over the world; a fair showcasing inspiring interior design ideas and providing new impetus to this exclusive sector. At their stand, BUBEN&ZORWEG presented masterpieces like Vision, magnificent Magnum and Compact Inbuilt Safe. Another head-turning piece aside those contemporary masterpieces was restored impressive Antique Safe. 

Next, the scenery changed to the world famous Geneva Watch Week, that turned the city of Calvin into true Mecca for the lovers of Haute Horlogerie. Simultaneously to the 29th Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie with around 23 000 visitors walking the corridors of Palexpo, BUBEN&ZORWEG chose to exhibit their pieces at one of Geneva's most important landmarks. The halls of luxurious Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues overlooking the famous Lac Lémans hosted a collection of masterpieces like Solitaire Vision and customized line of Orion Safes. The venue was shared with a world-class jeweler, Jacob & Co., whose hallmark are ingenious timepieces and opulent jewelry.

Finally, BUBEN&ZORWEG returned to the ‘MOM - Maison & Objet’, a Parisian show that since 1995 became the world’s primary event for lifestyle, interior and design professionals, showcasing the most compelling objects, accessories and home decorations. Displaying an excellent selection of Masterpieces that included Solitaire Vision, Guardian and Grande Illusion Deluxe, BUBEN&ZORWEG left an indelible mark on over 80 000 unique visitors of this years’ edition.