Schrijf je in voor onze dagelijkse nieuwsbrief om al het laatste nieuws direct per e-mail te ontvangen!

Inschrijven Ik ben al ingeschreven

Sign up for our daily Newsletter and stay up to date with all the latest news!

Subscribe I am already a subscriber

Knoll draws from its roots for Milan Design Week

At Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2024, Knoll draws from its roots to present new and re-defined ideas for contemporary ways of life. The brand is introducing a suite of products for the home, including a new collaboration with cultural polymath Willo Perron and a contemporary reframing of classic Bauhaus-era collections.

Designed by Belgian architecture practice OFFICE, the Knoll pavilion is built with repurposed and recycled materials. It envisions residential life through a sequence of intimate spaces and elegant flower gardens.

The pavilion houses the debut of the Perron Pillo Sofa by Willo Perron, the latest in the Knoll tradition of contemporary designer collaborations. The brand is also revealing its archival reissue of the Tugendhat Chair by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, as well as three new ultra-matte finishes for the Wassily Chair, Laccio Tables, and Cesca Chairs and Stools by Marcel Breuer, and the MR Chairs and Tables by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.

Looking to the future of design, Knoll is introducing a sofa created in partnership with multidisciplinary designer Willo Perron. The Perron Pillo Sofa translates the designer's distinct perspective to an unexpected form—seemingly, a stack of oversized pillows—that offers unforgettable comfort.

Knoll announces three new finishes for four Bauhaus-era collections. White, black, and an archival dark red are now available for the MR Chair and MR Tables by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and for the Wassily Chair, Cesca Chairs and Stools, and Laccio Tables by Marcel Breuer. This release marks the first time the tubular steel collections will be commercially produced in the ultra-matte finishes.

'Since joining Knoll, it has been important for our team to reflect on the original body of our brand's work and look for ways to bring new life to some of our most recognised pieces,' said Jonathan Olivares, Senior Vice President of Design. 'When done successfully, these reintroductions underscore the elevated standard that we and our discerning clients, hold Knoll to.'

More information:

Publication date: