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Knoll Showroom Piazza Bertarelli @ Salone Milan 2018

Knoll Showroom Piazza Bertarelli @ Salone Milan 2018

Celebrating its 80th anniversary in the beautifully presented Knoll showroom space at Piazza Bertarelli, Knoll showed ts’ latest collections by Piero Lissoni and Marc Newson, alongside a number of re-imagined iconic designs, reaffirming the brand’s global creative vision.

Knoll @ Salone Milan 2018

Knoll @ Salone Milan 2018

Celebrating its 80th anniversary in the inspired Salone exhibition space by OMA, Knoll presented its’ latest collections by Piero Lissoni and Marc Newson and re-imagined iconic designs, reaffirming the brand’s global creative vision.

Once again this year Knoll has called on OMA, the famous design firm co-founded by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, to design and install the stand at the Salone del Mobile.

Marc Newson Aluminium Chair @ Salone Milan 2018

Marc Newson Aluminium Chair @ Salone Milan 2018

Knoll has finally released the long awaited Newson Aluminum Chair by Marc Newson, embodying the company’s celebration of 80 years of innovative modern design.

Honoring the cantilevered chairs of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, a forefather of Modernism, Newson’s design, 90 years later, is a forward-looking expression that synthesizes simplicity, material and precision, in the Modernist tradition.

Taschen Store @ Salone Milan 2015

Taschen Store @ Salone Milan 2015

To co-incide with the Salone 2015 – Taschen opened its first Italian flagship store during Salone, in the historic center of Milan, in an area known for its independent bookstores

The interior design of the 120 sq metre museum like space is true to Taschen’s bold, eclectic spirit.

It fully embodies unique craftsmanship with cutting edge design and display components, all set to showcase extraordinary art and fashion talent from across the world.

Heineken Sub Pinball @ Salone Milan 2014

Heineken Sub Pinball @ Salone Milan 2014

In a super cool activation, Publicis Italia created an awesome piece of experiential marketing for the introduction of Heineken’s “The Sub,”, by inviting people to a seriously tricked out “living room” called, appropriately, The Sub Living Room.

When the lever of a Sub Draught machine was pulled, the entire living room turned into a gigantic pinball machine.