Each year, our rotating experts search for an interior and lifestyle color that has the potential to become one of our timeless “Sustained Colors.” This needs a special flexibility in planning as well as a unique color effect on the user.

This year, we are once again proud of the unique result and would like to thank our top-class professionals who – despite adverse circumstances during the pandemic – carried out the task with the utmost professionalism and commitment.

Prof. Sabine Keggenhoff studied architecture and interior design and founded the office KEGGENHOFF I PARTNER with Dipl.-Ing. Michael Than in 2001. Since then, the visionary has developed numerous projects with her team – whether new construction or building in existing structures – across the entire range of different (interior) architectural fields. Since 2007 she has also been active at various universities. The appreciation of her expertise as well as her commitment to building culture is documented in numerous lectures, jury sessions, jury appointments, expert panels, congresses and workshops. Her work is widely published and continuously appreciated with national and international awards (including the 1st prize of the German Interior Design Award bdia).

Claudia Miller is an interior designer and owner of the planning office Linie Zweii in Stuttgart. In 2006, she was already instrumental in conceiving the concept of raumPROBE, the material library, for which she is still active today, among other things in the area of trend research and the materialREPORT. In addition to her passion and comprehensive expertise regarding color, material and surface, Claudia Miller has been creating excellent and sensitive interior design for private and object in her planning office for almost 20 years. In 2013 she won the Iconc Award for visionary architecture with her concept “Robi-die rollende Bibliothek”. In addition, she was a lecturer at the HFT Stuttgart from 2012 to 2020.

Eberhard Müller brings with him many years of experience in textile design. MISSONI and ETRO Home are among his first customers. In the 90s, Eberhard Müller even founded his own textile publishing house, PALLADIO, and created his own fabric collection for over 10 years. SAHCO Hesslein called him to Nuremberg in 2001, where he subsequently became head of product development and a member of the management board. After another decade, he moves to DEDAR, the leading international editor for fabrics and wallpapers, as Managing Director of the German subsidiary. Since 2017, he has been working independently and organizes, among other things, the leading German showroom event for textile interior design, the “Münchner Stoff Frühling”, every year.

The expert panel of Sustained Color No. 6 dive deep! with our trend expert Katrin de Louw, who completes the panel annually.

Detailed information and products of the partners in dive deep! can be found on the internet platform www.colornetwork.org