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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.

This is Knoll ( Pt 2 / 4 )  @ Salone Milan 2016

This is Knoll ( Pt 2 / 4 ) @ Salone Milan 2016

Knoll once again called upon OMA ( the architecture studio co-founded by Rem Koolhaas ) to design the ” This is Knoll ” 2016 exhibition space

OMA designed the Knoll display as a hyper-modern interpretation of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s modernist masterwork, the Barcelona Pavilion, using marble walls and glass panels – with a focus on chromatic effects, stylistic twists and timeless furnishings,

This is Knoll ( Pt 1 / 4 ) @ Salone Milan 2016

This is Knoll ( Pt 1 / 4 ) @ Salone Milan 2016

In keeping with the motto “Modern Always,” Knoll presents new designs alongside its modern classics designed by architects like Florence Knoll, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Eero Saarinen and Harry Bertoia, reflecting the determination to always offer innovative ideas, regardless of passing fashions – ideas that last in time.

This is Knoll @ Salone Milan 2015

This is Knoll @ Salone Milan 2015

This year’s presentation of “This is Knoll,” designed by OMA, focuses on color with striking effects, stylistic games and timeless designs.

The display area, divided into six different zones, is carefully arranged in grand style down to the smallest details.

Addicted to Every Possibility @ Salone Milan 2014

Addicted to Every Possibility @ Salone Milan 2014

Belgian furniture maker Maarten Van Severen devoted himself to the rigorous exploration of basic furniture typologies and in the process developed a formal language of uncompromising simplicity and beauty.

Maarten who died from cancer in 2005, aged 48, left behind an extraordinary collection of furniture and several important architectural projects.