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Albini Desk

Albini Desk

Founded in 1938, the furniture brand Knoll offers furniture and decoration solutions for offices, living spaces, museums and higher education centers. Founded by Hans Knoll, the brand has become a global company with manufacture sites in East Greenville, Grand Rapids, Muskegon and Toronto in Northern America; and in Foligno and Graffignana in Italy. Knoll turns modern furniture into inspiring, transforming and durable objects.
More than 40 of Knoll’s designs are included in the permanent design exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Presented with the National Design Award by Smithsonian Design Museum in 2011, Knoll has sponsored many exhibitions from modernist architecture to design and offered scholarship to students in this field. Focusing on being iconic and ergonomic in its furniture, Knoll stands out with its unique lines.
Having initiated the “Modernism at Risk” program with the World Monuments Fund in 2006 to preserve modernist architecture and to pass it on to next generations, Knoll carries out activities to raise awareness for modernist architecture through exhibitions, contests and conferences. Included in the New York Stock Exchange with the code KNL, Knoll is also known for its powerful design team.

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Franco Albini

Born in Como in 1905, Franco Albini had perfected his designs in terms of architecture, furniture, industry and museums, and was also an important figure for the architectural Rationalist Movement.
Having received his diploma in architecture from Politecnico di Milano in 1929, Albini then worked with Ponti and Lancia design studios.
His works for the magazine Casabella played an important role in his development as a designer. This period became influential in his leniency towards the Rationalist Movement and the fact that he then became the movement’s spokesperson in Italy.
Opening his own studio in 1931, Albini worked on reconstruction projects with Franca Helg after 1952. In the 1940s, the designer expanded his collaboration with Cassina. The chairs he designed for the brand becae his signature works in the following years. Albini also designed furniture for other brands like Poggi.

Franco Albini
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