A sophisticated design combines elegance and softness, aesthetics and technology, craftsmanlike tradition and research in these two brand new seating systems. The setting for both collections is refined, with strong architectural contents. The stylistic choice blends seamlessly with the change in direction taken last year which marked an important step in the evolution of the Minotti Company Image
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SALONE MILAN 2019
Dedece Skyscraper Project
Situated in one of Milan’s most distinguished palazzi, Palazzo Clerici, brought together designers, companies and institutions experimenting with new forms of living and making.
A diverse array of installations, micro-exhibitions and events organised by some of Europe’s most renowned designers and institutions animated Palazzo Clerici each day for the duration of the Salone.
Vola’s consulting product designer, Danish Architect Torben Madsen, says new technology “should be incorporated subtly into bathroom design” in this movie produced by Dezeen for Danish brand Vola.
Madsen, who is design manager at Danish practice Aarhus Arkitekterne, which designs all of Vola’s new products, says the trend for open-plan living spaces has increased the significance of the bathroom as a private space.
Florence Knoll Bassett established herself as one of the most influential American interior planners and designers of the second half of the twentieth century.
Her belief in “total design”—architecture, manufacturing, interior design, furniture, textiles, graphics, advertising and presentation—meant that she integrated all aspects of spatial planning, furnishing, and decorating into one seamless package.
Her application of design principles in solving space-planning problems were radical departures from the standard practice in the 1950s, but were quickly adopted and remain widely used today
Florence Knoll changed the world’s conception of how to decorate an office space with her innovative, art-centered and Bauhaus-inspired notions about functional design
Swiss Architect Stephan Hurlemann has created seven giant wooden figures using parts from chairs from Switzerland’s oldest furniture manufacturer Horgenglarus as part of Ventura Centrale, which is held in a disused tunnel system underneath Milan Central Station during Design Week.
The pace and nature of work are changing at an energetic clip—driven by warp-speed technology innovations, a competitive economy and a diverse workforce with new expectations about the ecosystem of work.
The workplace is a powerful tool that can help organizations compete for talent, engage their people, realize new ways to innovate and increase speed-to-market. While solving for the modern workplace is complex, there is now an exciting level of freedom and opportunity to re-imagine what the workplace can do.
That’s where Knoll’s r/evolution workplace™ comes in.