A case for standing out. Discover RIMOWA seasonal colours, available for a limited time. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAcolours #RIMOWAessential
Go as you are – the RIMOWA Essential Collection. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAessential
A timeless travel icon nestled into context. The RIMOWA Essential Cabin in white. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAessential
Minimalist aesthetics with a touch of monochrome industrial. Explore the entire collection in store and online at RIMOWA.com. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAessential
Dreamed up by Joep van Lieshout in 1995, Mobile Home for Kröller-Müller, also called The Master and Slave Unit, is a mobile home cum sculpture that consists of a regular ‘master unit’ to which several ’slave units’ are attached forming playful spaces that differ in texture and colour. No stranger to controversy, the Dutch artist produces both utopia and dystopia works under his studio’s name Atelier Van Lieshout that straddle art, design, and architecture.
RIMOWA as seen by Isabelle Laydier Kristensen.
Designed to place innovation and usability front and center – the RIMOWA Essential Collection. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAessential
Bold travel requires boundless destinations. Where are you taking your RIMOWA this summer? #RIMOWA #RIMOWAplaces
Simplicity is a statement with the RIMOWA Original Cabin in black. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAoriginal
The mark of an original – the RIMOWA Original Cabin. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAoriginal
Travel in colour. Explore RIMOWA’s seasonal collection available for a limited time in stores and online at RIMOWA.com. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAcolours #RIMOWAessential
RIMOWA by Assouline. Published by the renowned luxury publisher, this special-edition book focuses on the ingenuity and inspiration that have characterised the brand’s innovative designs and the creative history that has laid the groundwork for a dynamic future.
A favourite travel companion – the RIMOWA Essential Cabin in Slate. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAcolours #RIMOWAessential
Modern day modernist icons. RIMOWA Original Collection captured by Denise Bodden. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAoriginal
Add a personal touch with RIMOWA Luggage Charms from A to Z. Available exclusively in Europe online at RIMOWA.com.
Handcrafted details of a RIMOWA Original captured by Laura Marie Cieplik. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAoriginal
In the tradition of Josef Beuys, renowned Austrian artist Erwin Wurm has made a name for himself in the world of sculpture often prompting his audience to do a double-take. Since the 1980s, Wurm has been preoccupied with expanding the concept of sculpture through the manipulation of volume, form and play using whatever objects and materials are at hand. #RIMOWA #designicons
Summer ready – the RIMOWA Original Cabin in black. Captured by Antje Peters. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAoriginal
The balanced design of the RIMOWA Essential Cabin in white. Photographed by Frederik Lindstrom in Sweden. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAessential
A RIMOWA Original Cabin in titanium in situ at the Civic Hall in Eslöv, Sweden designed by architect Hans Asplund. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAoriginal
From travel to mobility. Discover RIMOWA’s MTA MetroCard launching in New York City today. Artwork by Jun Cen, Jee Ook, Neomo Mao, Tess Smith Roberts. Available at the following NYC subway stations: Broadway Lafayette (B, D, F, M) West 4 (A, B, C, D, E, F, M) Bleecker St (6) Astor Place (6) Franklin St (1) York St (F) 116th Columbia (1) 8th Street (R, W) Christopher St – Sheridan Square (1) Bedford Av (L) Spring St (6) Prince St (R, W) 5th Av-59th Street (N, Q, R) Canal Street (A, C, E) Chambers (1, 2, 3)
David and his RIMOWA Essential Lite Cabin in white. Captured by Laura Marie Cieplik. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAessential
A suitcase to fit your style – the RIMOWA Essential Cabin in Saffron. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAcolours #RIOWAessential
Tokyo City Sticker Set – RIMOWA Sticker Collection. #RIMOWA #myRIMOWAstickers
The RIMOWA Essential Lite in white captured by photographer Laura Marie Cieplik in Sweden. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAessential
Amidst the green and blue of south-central Portugal in Alentejo, Casa Azimute sits atop a hill overlooking the surrounding 70 acres of untouched landscapes with views stretching as far as Portugal’s historic city of Estremoz. A former derelict farmhouse, the six-bedroom concrete house was restored and modernised to a contemporary residence that showcases clean lines and a bold form that contrast to its rustic surroundings. Opening up to the hinterland, the property showcases its natural surroundings effortlessly and the interior, designed with a careful eye for detail, celebrates Portuguese heritage with thoughtful elements like handprinted tiles and locally woven rugs. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAplaces
The RIMOWA Essential in Slate was inspired by the different chalky grey hues of Indonesia’s mining landscapes. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAcolours #RIMOWAessential
RIMOWA Essential Lite – explore the collection in stores and online at RIMOWA.com. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAessential
Marcus and his RIMOWA Original Cabin in black. Captured by Laura Marie Cieplik. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAoriginal
Feather-light traveller – the RIMOWA Essential Cabin in white. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAessential
RIMOWA as seen by Cristina BanBan.
Shanghai City Sticker Set – RIMOWA Sticker Collection. #RIMOWA #myRIMOWAstickers
A connoisseur of the classics – the RIMOWA Classic Cabin. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAclassic
Vintage aluminium hand luggage from the RIMOWA Archive in Cologne, Germany. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAarchive
On location in Sri Lanka with the RIMOWA Original Cabin. Photographed by Thibaut Grevet. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAoriginal
Catching the light of the Indonesian sun, the sands of this pink beach glow a light blush hue. Kanawa Beach is one of only a handful of beaches of this shimmering tone. Caused by specks of red coral living in the shallow waters mixing with grains of sand, the result is an iconic shade that draws curious visitors to its isolated shores. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAplaces
The careful contours of the RIMOWA telescopic handle.
Utilitarian design with iconic details – Renowned industrial designer Richard Sapper combined the technical prowess of German design with the elegance of Italian styling. Born in Germany but based most of his life in Milan, Sapper was best known for designs such as the Tizio lamp designed in 1972 for Artemide and the 1964 stackable K 1340 polyethylene children’s chair for Kartell, one of the first chair built entirely of injection moulded plastic. During his prolific 60-year career, he applied his skills to a wide range of products, creating modern and utilitarian objects that persist today as some of the most lastingly emblematic design pieces of the 20th century.
RIMOWA as seen by Charlotte Mei.
The RIMOWA Essential Check-In L in Sage. Explore the entire collection in store and online at RIMOWA.com. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAcolours #RIMOWAessential
The house architect Peter Bohlin built for his parents in West Cornwall, Connecticut is discretely tucked away from the street. Built in 1975, its solid wood back faces the street pierced only by a few slits of the windows and door. Sloping down a ridge and curving to match the tree line, the home’s design makes accommodations for its landscape without compromise, seeking to showcase the luxurious simplicity of its natural surroundings. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAplaces
RIMOWA Original captured by Brianna Capozzi. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAoriginal
Designed by Finnish-American architect Eero Saarinen, the TWA Terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York was built to epitomise the glamour and optimism of the jet-set age. Captured before the building’s recent restoration, the 1960s modernist interior was conceived of as a fluid, open interior, while the exterior’s iconic wing-like concrete shell pays homage to the elegance of travel. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAplaces
Details of a well-rounded traveller – the RIMOWA Essential Cabin in matte black. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAessential
A different take on colour. The new RIMOWA Essential Collection seasonal colours photographed by Asaf Einy. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAcolours #RIMOWAessential
RIMOWA as seen by Luca Werner and calligrapher Kristen Barnhart.
Purity of design – His designs for the Braun company are legendary, and the principles by which he lives and works are permanently etched into the history of art, design, and culture. Trained as an architect and carpenter, legendary German designer Dieter Rams was deeply influenced by the Bauhaus movement, which suggested that good design was about achieving both beauty and utility. The paired down objects he created like the P1 pocket record player, developed in 1959, celebrate the object’s utility, elevating functionality to centre stage. This focus on simplicity and practicality would go on to inspire future generations of iconic designers, including Apple’s Jonathan Ive.
Dream without action is hallucination. RIMOWA luggage sticker by @yoon_ambush. #RIMOWA #myRIMOWAstickers
Essential luggage through a new lens. Photographed by Asaf Einy. #RIMOWA #RIMOWAcolours #RIMOWAessential
Two of the most influential designers of the 20th century, Charles and Ray Eames are best known for their iconic chairs that would go on to redefine stylish, functional design. Released in 1946, the Plywood Lounge Chair from the Plywood Group perfectly embodies the couple’s approach to design. The design duo spent years experimenting with new techniques for producing three-dimensionally moulded plywood seat shells in organic shapes that conformed to the contours of the human body. A vision achieved with this collection, the Plywood Lounge Chair rethought the furniture classic elevating it the realm of a timeless statement piece.