Knoll's reputation for design integrity has a long and decorated history under the guiding principle: "good design is good business." For over 75 years, Knoll has created mid-century modern furnishings that inspire, evolve and endure. Take advantage of significant savings and choose from hundreds of fabrics and finishes to make these iconic pieces your own.
Here are some highlights of the Knoll Classics Collections:
The Eero Saarinen Collection - including the Saarinen Pedestal Tables, Tulip Chairs, Saarinen Executive Chairs and, of course, The Womb Chair.
Designed by Eero Saarinen in 1957, the Tulip Chair is available with arms (as shown) or without arms. The dining and coffee pedestal tables are as popular as ever!
The Mies van der Rohe Collection - including the Barcelona Chair, Table, Couch and Stool as well as the Brno Chairs, originally designed for the Villa Tugendhat.
The Knoll Mies Van Der Rohe Barcelona Lounge Chair, designed in 1929, is produced to Mies' original specifications and stamped with his signature.
The Harry Bertoia Collection - the entire Harry Bertoia Collection, including the iconic Diamond Chair, the Bird Chair and the Bertoia Side Chair.
Part of Harry Bertoia's exceptionally artistic 1952 seating collection sculpted from bent metal rods, the Bertoia Bird High Back Chair enhances virtually any environment.
The Florence Knoll Collection - including her eponymous Lounge Collection, Credenzas, and Tables.
Designed in 1954 by Florence Knoll, this collection is available in many of the Knoll Textile collection fabrics.
The Warren Platner Collection - including the Platner Lounge Chair, Arm Chair and Dining Table.
In the 1960s, Warren Platner transformed steel wire into a sculptural furniture collection, creating what is now considered a design icon of the modern era.
The Richard Schultz Collection - including the 1966 Collection and the Petal Table Collection.
The Petal Table is available in vertical grain natural teak and white HPDE (High Density Polyurethane). It is available as a coffee table, a dining table and an end table.
The Marcel Breuer Collection - including the iconic Wassily Chair and Laccio Tables.
Marcel Breuer was an apprentice at the Bauhaus in 1925 when he conceived the first tubular steel chair, the Wassily Chair, based on the tubed frame of a bicycle.
The Jens Risom Collection - including the iconic web-backed Side and Lounge Chairs.
Jens Risom's original 1941 collection for Knoll incorporates a natural aesthetic characteristic of understated Scandinavian design.
The George Nakashima Collection - including the Straight Chair and Splay Leg Table.
Originally designed for Knoll in the 1940s, the Straight Chair by George Nakashima is a Modernist take on the traditional Windsor chair. Featuring natural, low-sheen finishes and live wood grain patterns, the Straight Chair epitomizes Nakashima and his craft.
The Charles Pollock Collection - including the Pollock Executive Chair and the newly reintroduced Pollock Model 657 Arm Chair or Sling Lounge Chair.
Charles Pollock's 1963 executive chair and the Model 657 Arm Chair or Sling Chair exemplify Pollock's honest approach to design.
Knoll invests in extensive research, field studies, customer collaborations and partners with experts from the fields of architecture, organizational behavior, technology and business management to ensure that its products adapt and respond to the evolving needs of their customers.
Environmental needs and requirements are not overlooked by Knoll either. Knoll is considered a leader in production practices that reduce waste, conserve natural resources and protect the biosphere.
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