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Page 8, 1) Dining and living room furniture in the showroom in Nuremberg. 
2)  Living room area in the showroom in Bremen
3) Office furniture in the showroom in Duesseldorf.
4) Bedroom furniture with cabinet in Wiesbaden. 
5) Exhibition Darmstadt, 1959; Council for Design.
 
Page 9, 1) Tables with T- iron bars, Design: Florence S. Knoll
2) Arm Chair, Design: Florence S, Knoll.
3) The present development in the planning of the furnishings for the entire buildings was decisively influenced by Florence S. Knoll through her work in 1957, at the Administrative Building of the Connecticut General Life Insurance Company in Bloomfield, Conn. Our picture shows an office.
4) Further developed model of a cabinet, Design: Florence S Knoll. 

Page 10, 1,2 & 3; Several details of an Art exhibition in the rooms of Knoll international, Hannover.
4) Sketch by Gio Ponti; in connection with his lecture given at Knoll International Stuttgart on June 7, 1961. He spoke about his buildings and projects. His motto: Amate l'architettura! (Cp. db 8-1961, page 601-604)

Page 11: 5) Poster for exhibition 1958; design: Gerhard Schwab.
6,7) Pre-Columbian Art exhibition in the rooms of Knoll International in Berlin, Frankfort and Hnnnover.
Poster design: Claus P. Gross.
8) Exhibition of the federation "Form - color - production"
in the Paula-Becker-Modersohn house in Bremen.

Page 12, 1) Sculpture "Head", soldered metal sticks - Harry Bertola.
2) Metal sculptures by Harris Bertoia.

Page 13 1) Graduate School for Music, Berlin, Foyer.
2) Hall in building of the landing of Baden-W├╝rttemberg, Stuttgart.
3) Entrance hall in the Phoenix-Rheinrohr skyscraper, Doesseldorf.

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