The new Knoll Fulton Market space opened its doors over the first-ever Knoll Design Days June 10-12, offering a new perspective on "total design" to excite the next generation of architects, designers and clients. Integrating both workplace and residential elements, the space presented the industry with a holistic expression of the way people live and work today. Design Milk took note of the refreshing approach to workplace design and heralded the Company’s bold move to its new, emerging Chicago neighborhood.
Caroline Williamson, Managing Editor of Design Milk, applauded the representation of choice-based environments in the Knoll Fulton Market space. Highlighting adaptive spaces on all three floors – from Rockwell Unscripted café booths to Antenna Workspaces to the Pixel Training Room – Williamson asserts the new space demonstrates, “how users can adapt spaces to fit their own needs for just about any task, offering options rather than limitations.”
Williamson also commented on the eclectic presentation of the Knoll constellation of brands, writing, “With so many brands under the Knoll umbrella, the designers were able to select from a variety of products to create inspiring and inviting spaces, from gathering spots to adaptive work zones that allow focused or collaborative situations. Iconic pieces work alongside newer designs, while vibrant colors live next to neutrals, all coming together for a fresh approach.”