The aspiring interiors brand tre product, established by the internationally acclaimed designer Tomek Rygalik, stands for simplicity and honest designs. Based in Warsaw, the brand creates intricate pieces with consciousness and great attention to detail. The Polish label is constantly searching for innovative design ideas ensuring their masterful workmanship. For tre Brand. Kiosk is responsible for the PR and media relations in the regions Germany, Italy and France.
Stockholm-based design brand Hem‘s ambition is to manufacture high-end and unique designs of the highest quality, creating a new generation of furniture, accessories and lighting. For the premium collection, the young design brand is collaborating with the world’s leading designers. For Hem, Brand. Kiosk is responsible for the PR and media relations in the regions DACH and Benelux.
The Japanese brand Karimoku New Standard stands for innovative, joyful and functional furniture and objects that suit the ways of urban living in the 21st century. With a deep understanding of carpentry craftsmanship, all Karimoku New Standard products are made of sustainably sourced Japanese hardwoods, to make them lifelong companions. Collaborating with some of the most promising international design talents, Karimoku New Standard constantly expands its exceptional collection of wooden furniture. Brand. Kiosk is responsible for the brand’s media relations.
Brand. Kiosk communicates internationally for the renowned Swiss furniture brand WOGG. With a history of over 30 years and coterie of designers such as Hans Eichenberger, Jörg Boner, Alfredo Häberli, Christophe Marchand and Atelier Oï, the brand’s reduced and enduring furniture collection for public and private use, is characterized by refinement and high-quality Swiss manufacturing.
Brand. Kiosk communicates for the renowned Danish design-brand Fritz Hansen. With an intensive press campaign in the DACH-region, Brand. Kiosk supports the launch of the limited 60th anniversary editions of the timeless classics Egg, Swan and Drop, designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1958.