Sasha Bickoff at Palazzo Versace @ Salone Milan 2019April 17, 2019Art
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SALONE MILAN 2019
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In the evolving workplace, Activity Spaces are ‘go to’ spaces accessible to everyone for everything from focused, individual work through large community gatherings
Knoll offers numerous solutions for appropriately scaled activity spaces, offering refuge for one or two, enclaves for three or four, team meeting spaces for five to eight members of a team, and larger assembly and community spaces.
All encourage collaboration, improve workplace efficiency and productivity, and provide organizations the opportunity to express their culture and brand.
The 21st century workplace poses one constant: change.
At NeoCon 2014, Knoll presented “r/evolution workplace”, a platform that illustrates the freedom and opportunity organizations have to re-imagine the workplace by exploring four distinct interior planning approaches.
Several new products that support r/evolution workplace were shown including Remix Work Chairs, Antenna Telescope Adjustable Table System and k.lounge Collection.
David Rockwell, renowned for creating places where people want to be, has designed for Knoll, an unrivaled work experience designed to let people complete the story.
Rooted in Rockwell’s innovations in hospitality, entertainment, and public space, Unscripted is a collection of improvisational elements that cultivate community and creativity for the pace and flow of how you work today.
The immersive installation, Bodies in Motion is displayed in the historical vaulted warehouses beneath the Milano Central Station as part of the third edition of Ventura Centrale.
In a bold expression of sustainability, Humanscale presents a minimally built, interactive experience that explores the essence of human movement.
A Swiss makeup artist (Martena Duss)and an Austrian fashion designer(Sissi Holleis), came to the world fashion capital expecting to be wowed by Gallic savoir faire.
Instead, they found a city in which the relationship between ordinary people and the hallowed workshops of the great couturiers had broken down to the extent that – sacre bleu! – their French friends were asking to borrow their sewing machines
Hermes interacted with the architecture of Milan and its inhabitants, stimulating new points of view through an extraordinary carnet of narrative illustrations and drawings, inspired by the Maison’s heritage.
An urban installation, simple but very impressive, which changed the face of some iconic places in the Brera Design District.