Knoll Inc., a constellation of design-driven brands and people celebrating its 80th Anniversary, presented Hospitality at Work at NeoCon 2018 – the annual contract industry trade show that took place in Chicago from June 11-13, 2018
Ollo is a light task chair designed to support improvisation and spontaneity across a variety of environments and work styles.
With its modern form and intuitive movement, Ollo adapts to the task at hand, whether you’re just touching down or staying a while.
Intentionally simple and free of complicated mechanisms, the open form welcomes the user without dictating the chair’s function.
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.
The culmination of years of research on the way people work today illustrates that Rockwell Unscripted is anything but unplanned.
As mobility lifts limitations on where work is done, organizations are challenged to create engaging environments that draw workers to the office.
During this Milan Design Week, Knoll presents its 2017 collection at Knoll showroom in Piazza Bertarelli, Milan.
For the 56th edition of the Salone Internazionale del Mobile in Milan, Knoll presents new collections and iconic designs, which collectively reaffirm the creative vision that has made the company a world-famous brand.
Architect David Rockwell ( the 2016 Tony Award scenic design category winner ) was the International Interior Design Association Keynote speaker at Neocon 2016 this week,
David was the 1998 American Designer of the Year, and his firm has won many Interior Design Awards over the past few years. His prolific career has included interiors for numerous hotels, restaurants and award winning theatre sets.
Knoll’s latest Workplace study, reveals a workplace that is dramatically different than one of just a generation ago.
Defined as Immersive Planning, the model not only blurs the lines between work, life and play, but also individuals and teams, primary workspaces and activity spaces, and owned and shared work areas and tools.
Comfortable furnishings and fluid boundaries characterize this group-based workplace where the actions of the people themselves define the space.
The result: an environment that creates a variety of experiences, transforming at a moment’s notice and evolving with use.
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.