Eero Saarinen: Furniture for Everyman is the first monograph to focus exclusively on his furniture designs.
A self-declared “form-giver,” his furniture, like his architecture, is characterized by its sleek and expressive forms
“Furniture and interiors evolve in organic unity with the building, the way chromosomes multiply out of the original sperm and the thinking of the total concept is carried down to the smallest detail.
Hence my interest in furniture”
Renowned design and furniture company, Knoll International presents a fresh display of classic and new residential designs
This year, Knoll’s presentation includes innovative new collaborations with renowned architect, David Adjaye and celebrated designers, Barber & Osgerby.
Knoll also presented a selection of recently updated classics by legendary designers, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Florence Knoll, Eero Saarinen, Tobia Scarpa and Marcel Breuer.
“Il Colore dei Luoghi” by Paola Lenti
This year Milanese designer Paola Lenti celebrates her 20th anniversary of business activities, confirming once again its personal vision of outdoor and indoor living, focused on a philosophy of functional and elegant, simple and long lasting furniture.
The importance that the Company has always attributed to “beauty”, intended as the totality of its forms of expression, leads to a meticulous choice of materials and to a unique colour palette.
‘ Life in Vogue – the Interior’s Cut ‘ is a fashionable riff on the show house model and becoming a must-see during the Salone del Mobile Fair.
Held at Vogue Italia’s Piazza Cadorna offices, participants this year include British fashion designer Jonathan Anderson, Beirut–based duo David / Nicolas, and Milan-based architect Massimiliano Locatelli.
Engaging Workspace with Technology – A Planning Approach to Future-Proof Your Investment
New work styles demand a planning approach that jointly considers furnishings and technology. The all-encompassing use of technology in today’s office is driving more mobile, social, collaborative—and less predictable—patterns of work