Florence Knoll Sofa
Florence Knoll Sofa
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The Finer Details
This iconic three-seater sofa by renowned designer Florence Knoll was first introduced in 1954. Its charm and effortless elegance make it a popular seating solution for stylish homes and businesses. Pair it with our coordinating Florence Knoll two-seater sofa and/or corner sofa to add sophistication to any space.
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- Product Dimensions: H31.9 in x W90.2 in x D31.9 in
- Seat Height: 17.1 in
- Weight: 142.9 lbs
- SKU: 1110
- Packaging Dimensions: (158.7 lbs): 93.3 in x 33.9 in x 26.8 in
- No. of Cartons: 1
- Material: Danish cashmere wool
- Base Material: Polished #304 grade stainless steel
- Assembly: None required, it comes fully assembled
- Free Return Shipping: No
- Other Details: All back and bottom foam cushions are attached with velcro and removable
Sleek, sophisticated and stylish enough to elevate any space it graces, our Florence Knoll Three-Seater Sofa adds elegance and charm to the style-conscious home or business.
Designer Florence Knoll had the ability to transform everyday necessities into functional masterpieces. The beauty of her contributions is their ability to effortlessly adapt to any space, making them perfect for residential and commercial spaces.
The perfect combination
We utilize high-end, carefully-sourced materials to create this three-seater sofa, starting with a sleek metal base and adding luxurious padded upholstery. The tufted cushions add elegance and an undeniably timeless appeal.
Every night after work, I make dinner and then plop my bootie on this couch. I affectionately call it my sanity saver. It’s very cozy and comforting. I have the light grey wool version.
This sofa in premium leather is striking. There’s no way it will go unnoticed. I bought it for the lobby of my business.
I admit I had no idea who Florence Knoll was before seeing this sofa online. I read her back-story on your site. It’s interesting that designs that were considered “modest” in the 50s are now considered chic and retro! I love her style AND her story. I’ve placed a second order for the 2-seater bench.
The Florence Knoll style 3-seater sofa in leather is a fun retro style. I purchased it for my office, along with the matching chair and ottoman. I wish this set was available in brown, but I have to admit, the black is sleek and looks very expensive.
My sofa arrived earlier today and it’s nothing short of perfect! The leather is soft and luxurious to the touch. I added two black and white pillows and a red throw. It pulls the whole look together.
Before becoming a renowned architect and furniture designer, Florence Knoll studied under Mies van der Rohe and Eliel Saarinen. The American innovator then became a protégé of Eliel’s son, Eero Saarinen, and went on to marry modern furniture manufacturer, Hans Knoll. Together, the two founded Knoll Associates with a goal of revolutionising interior space planning.
The married duo believed in “total design,” embracing interior design, architecture, manufacturing, textiles, graphics, advertising, and presentation as a whole.
Florence sought out to solve space problems in office environments, which she accomplished in spades. In the ‘50s, her ideas began to change the previous practices in many offices. Her space-saving innovations continue to be used today.
Knoll has been rewarded for her designs, even receiving the National Endowment for the Arts’ esteemed National Medal of Arts in 2002.
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