Knoll Lounge Chairs

Knoll was established by Hans and Florence Knoll in New York in 1938. The company was founded on the Bauhaus philosophy that modern furniture should complement architectural space, rather than compete with it.

Florence Knoll’s contributions to the world of design are many, leading to her winning numerous industry accolades and awards in her career including the National Medal of Arts and the Red Dot Design Award.

Designed by Charles Pollock for Knoll, the Knoll Pollock lounge chair is made from premium cowhide for ultimate comfort and durability, offering a combination of materials and finishes.

The steel and leather ‘sling’ chair - also referred to as a ‘657’ - was originally manufactured between 1964 and 1979, before being reintroduced in 2015.

Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, the Knoll Spark lounge chair is colourful and robust. Designed by Don Chadwick for Knoll, the lightweight four-legged Spark chair is made from textured, glass reinforced polypropylene.

Balancing form and function, the chair is available in a choice of six colours. Why not alternate your choice of colours around your dining table, or place one chair in your hallway or bedroom as a focal point?

The Knoll Bertoia Diamond lounge chair  - designed by Harry Bertoia for Knoll - is a result of sculptor Bertoia’s experiment with bending metal rods into art in the 1950s. A true fixture of mid-century design, the wide seat of the chair provides a relaxed seating position, while the classic yet modern design will complement any style of decor.



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