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Knoll is upgrading home offices with its new Work from Home collection

In a time when the boundaries between home and office are increasingly blurred, having a dedicated space for homeworking has become more important than ever


Ed Barber on Barber Osgerby’s Knoll Pilot Chair

Why did you call your new chair the Pilot chair? The main reason is that it’s such a lightweight chair and visually it’s a slimline


Seating designers embrace new modernism

Reissued by the big manufacturers, and reinterpreted by new designers, modernism’s legacy looms large When the Bauhaus’ modernist ideals infiltrated furniture design in the 1920s

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Comment: Grant Gibson on the Washington Chair

Knoll has sprinkled a little designer stardust on its latest range, David Adjaye’s Washington Collection. Its Skeleton and Skin chairs are sleek and playful, but the price

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Antenna: NYC design studio steps into the office

Their work in the public realm reveals a fascinatiom for the way people and objects interact: so how did Antenna’s Masamichi Udagawa and Sigi Moeslinger

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The Office Group’s Shoreditch digs by Acrylicize

Art and interior specialists Acrylicize didn’t need to look far for their ideas when they were asked to inject some life into 81 Rivington Street,


Jeffrey Bernett

Jeffrey Bernett is a workplace designer with a foot on either side of the Atlantic. An American who was adopted by three Italian companies in


A Picture Perfect Puzzle

Once Piero Lissoni’s protégé, Marc Krusin is slowly but surely moving out onto the international design stage. Knoll’s world launch of Krusin’s new desking system



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