GMUND AM TEGERNSEE, Germany , Aug. 24, 2016 (Press Release) -A notebook, a photo album, or a postcard? Gmund Paper offers a nearly infinite variety of beautiful analogue items. But choosing from this extensive selection can be difficult. That’s why the ingenious designers at Gmund Paper decided to make life easier for potential customers at the Maison & Objet lifestyle fair by creating five different product packages especially for the Parisian trade show.
The special feature of these packages from Gmund Paper is that they’re organized according to color schemes. Like Ariadne’s thread, one color runs through each of the product sets. In keeping with the “Color your life” motto, Gmund Paper’s stand (Hall 6 / Stand Q83) offers a harmonious selection of diverse products from Gmund Paper. These include, for example, the “On the Pink Side,” “Up to the Mountain” and “Over the Rainbow” packages.
Gmund Paper’s “Into the Blue” package is dedicated to the power of water, which is essential for the production of paper. Among the other items in the “Into the Blue” package are the “Mangfall Block” and the “Mangfall Cube.” The Mangfall River, which is fed by Lake Tegernsee, has supported Gmund Paper in the production of each and every sheet of paper since 1829. Gmund Paper, which produces up to 50% of the energy it needs for paper production from its own hydroelectric facilities, ranks among the world’s most environmentally friendly paper factories. The Mangfall Block is Gmund Paper’s way of saying “thank you” to the Mangfall River for its daily work and its water power. Incidentally: blue is people’s favorite color worldwide.
About Maison & Objet
Maison & Objet is a specialized international trade fair for interior, lifestyle and decorative products in Paris. From September 2 to 6, 2016, Maison & Objet attracts designers, interior designers and aficionados of interior and lifestyle to the French capital. Maison & Objet is an incomparable venue for inspirations related to the styling of interior spaces.
About Gmund Paper
Gmund Paper has stood for the culture of paper and the ecological production of unique communications media from natural paper since 1829. Custom-tailored solutions for sustainable brand presences are created at the development and production site in the town of Gmund on the shores of Lake Tegernsee. Circa 75% of the papers are exported. Gmund Paper is a family-owned business and is presently directed by fourth-generation papermaker Florian Kohler.