Knoll: Luxury Design At Salone Del Mobile 2019 – My Design Week

Knoll: Luxury Design At Salone Del Mobile 2019

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Salone Del Mobile ended three days ago but we already miss it! It was another amazing edition that brought us the best of design with incredible stands, inspirations, and design trends. Knoll presented the new collections and iconic products at the Salone del Mobile 2019 and today, we at My Design Week are going to show you everything. Take a look:

 

Chesterfield Armchair Boca do Lobo

 

For the 58th Salone Internazionale del Mobile, Knoll celebrated an important anniversary: The Bauhaus centenary, and presented the new collections, alongside the iconic products of the brand, eloquently emphasizing a clear set of values: timelessness, the coherent design logic that was always been the company’s trademark, skilfully combined with uniqueness and comfort.

Knoll: Luxury Design At Salone Del Mobile 2019

Founded in 1938 through the collaboration with the great masters of design and the architecture of the 20th century, Knoll continues its path today with the most outstanding contemporary talents, constantly confirming the creative vision that has made the brands famous all over the world.

Knoll: Luxury Design At Salone Del Mobile 2019

The new collections presented by Knoll designed by Piero Lissoni are perfectly coordinated with the recent items designed for the catalog by the architect. For this edition of Salone, Lissoni has created Gould, a new family of upholstered furniture inspired by the American Fifties and the architecture of that period.

Knoll: Luxury Design At Salone Del Mobile 2019

Knoll also showed the new Smalto collection of tables designed by Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, featuring a forceful graphic approach that becomes a contemporary reinterpretation of the great design classics.

Knoll: Luxury Design At Salone Del Mobile 2019

In keeping with the philosophy “Modern Always,” Knoll presented new developments alongside modern classics by exceptional architects and designers like Florence Knoll, Mies van der Rohe, Eero Saarinen, and Harry Bertoia, in a display space, honed down to the smallest details in impeccable style.

 

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