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The Finer Details
The perfect addition to retro or modern spaces, this Florence Knoll contribution is minimalistic yet striking in its design. Comfortable, versatile, and aesthetically pleasing, this contemporary chair is a work of functional art.
This item is not manufactured by or affiliated with the original designer(s) and associated parties.
- Product Dimensions: H31.9 in x W32.1 in x D31.9 in
- Seat Height: 17.1 in
- Weight: 65.5 lbs
- SKU: 1112
- Packaging Dimensions: (72.8 lbs): 34.6 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
Luxury meets comfort
American designer Florence Knoll was intent on creating furniture that was practical as well as beautiful. Her armchair strikes the perfect balance of form and functionality.
Beyond the basics
Although Knoll’s designs are often referred to as modest, the designer’s contributions are anything but basic. Her ability to blend a minimalistic aesthetic with a complex design process is evident in this popular seating solution.
A woman ahead of her time
Florence Knoll is an inspiration to many. She was able to transform her design concepts into popular furnishings that now grace homes and offices around the globe.
Such a thoughtful gift! My ...
Such a thoughtful gift! My husband bought me one of these chairs, as I wanted an alternative to the sofa. I am so enamored with it. I have been using it instead of the sofa every since it arrived.
I'm so glad I found ...
I'm so glad I found these chairs on your website! I bought them along with one of the 3-seater sofas you offer. Everything is beautiful and comfortable.
This is a luxurious chair. ...
This is a luxurious chair. It's comfortable and beautiful--the perfect combo!
Beautiful furniture! Your prices are ...
Beautiful furniture! Your prices are great. I prefer shopping here over a furniture store any day. Buying furniture can be exhausting, but this is actually fun!
Nice, versatile chair. I will ...
Nice, versatile chair. I will be using this in my living room, along with my Florence Knoll Sofa & Bench.
this is the perfect addition ...
this is the perfect addition to my office. I finally have my own office and I get to choose my furniture! I have a traditional desk chair, but I bought these chairs for clients to sit in. Everyone seems to like them.
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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