During Milan Design Week 2019, more specifically Salone del Mobile, Knoll celebrated an important anniversary: the Bauhaus centenary. With that, they brought in a couple of novelties for their brand, specifically some new collections alongside some of its most iconic products. In this initiative, Knoll emphasised a clear set of values […]
Launched last year with Traveller, the stylish daybed which embodied the spirit of old travelers with its varnished metal easel-like structure and its stretched natural leather, saddle-like side seatbacks designed for a vis-à-vis seating, the partnership continues with the new Voyage chair, which amplifies the imagination even further.
The materials adopted become softer and softer, tapered wood and leather. The structure in natural or black stained maple, remains visible on the back and on the sides and a close-fitting dress in natural or dark brown leather can be put on or taken off, conveying an idea of conviviality and a holiday atmosphere.
The clear ‘50s-inspired contour animates it, providing it with diverse perspectives from all points of view. An object designed for a home-shelter, where it is possible to leave the world behind and let one’s mind lead the way.
Purity and modernity, functionality and vintage taste also live together perfectly in the new Collector desk, balancing between high tech instances and modern art collection, industrial and interior design. Its precise construction rotates around the essential open structure, a metal bridge onto which various elements are mechanically hooked: drawers, containers, interior panels, a work surface.
It is a piece of furniture for true aesthetes, intended for a retro-style study area that, thanks to its unusual structure, perfectly suited for different uses, from analogue-nostalgic hipster to the most digitized futurist.