The shaping from Cherrie is inspired by Japanese cherry blossom. The fantasy ornaments are bendable in all directions and simply hooked together. This is how spacey as well as three dimensional installations are uncomplicatedly transposable.
Through the flexible material, also spheres, rods, trees or copula-formed structures and fantasy constructions are realizable.
The innovative design of the Berlin designer Flip Sellin was awarded with the Form Design prize in the year 2007 and nominated for the Designpreis der Bundesrepublik Deutschland 2008.
Koziol manufactures its products exceptionally in the German Oden-forest. The Cherrie plastic is recyclable, resources saving and produced with it ecological value.
Cherrie is aslso available in further colours.