Knoll Office
Piero Lissoni
Showroom Viewable (10 weeks)
(sydney, melbourne)

Knoll WA workstation System

A furniture system by Piero Lissoni with Marc Krusin

WA offers a new approach to floor layouts through original planning configurations, complete workstation flexibility and use of space

"Our work is primarily about creating a visual silence. We concentrate on proportion and detail rather than a specific form. Lines and planes are carefully resolved into volumes, which in turn creates a visual harmony." said  Piero Lissoni.

Freestanding shapes, suitable for open plan, private and collaberative working spaces. A sharp graphic identity creates a single look and feel for different applications. Primary, intuative shapes are easy to understand and easy to use.

A continuous perimeter edge detail serves to connect components. Legs and screens offer a changing degree of enclosure. Soft parts and joining clips create the ultimate personalised product for the individual or the team.

Storage elements of various heights can be placed as separate units or planned and connected with tables and desks. Round, square and rectangular tables in three heights complete the collectio.

Take Back Policy

Dedece offers a take-back policy on all our items, whether commercial or residential, to reduce the amount of furniture going to landfill.

Most Knoll products have a second or more lifetime usage capability so we have arrangements with organisations that are willing to take & use our second-hand furniture.

We have also found ways to recycle plastics, timbers & metals when the furniture can no longer be used.

Product Designer

Piero Lissoni

Piero Lissoni

Bonacina 1889, Knoll Office, Knoll Studio

Born 1956. Italy I took my degree in architecture at the Polytechnic of Milan with a study compiled in collaboration with the University of Barcelona. In my design studio we practice in product design, graphic design, interior design, architectural and industrial design etc. Usually when you say "Industrial design", you think just of objects but it is much more than that: it means thinking and... More