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INSPIRED BY KNOLL

Inspired by Knoll

The legendary history of Knoll begins in New York in 1938 thanks to the initiative of Hans Knoll, a furniture manufacturer who moved from Germany. In 1941, Knoll hired the famous architect Florence Shust, who later became his wife and went down in history as Florence Knoll. Since then, the pivot around which the production develops has been modern design, expressed in a wide range of sofas, armchairs, chaise lounges, dormeuses, Knoll chairs, tables and coffee tables. From the outset, Knoll used the creative genius of the Bauhaus School and the Cranbrook Academy of Fine Arts to create new types of furniture and work environments. By adopting an approach where craftsmanship meets technology through the use of design, in just a few years Knoll has managed to gain international recognition for creating work and living furniture that inspires and evolves while remaining relevant. Today, the company's commitment lies in modern and sustainable design, which has enabled the creation of a unique range of products that are able to meet different needs and adapt to changing market requirements.

Knoll: modern Bauhaus style furnishings

Inspired by the great masters of the Bauhaus, Knoll has built over the years a catalog full of iconic elements that embody the key principles of modern movement such as functionality and aesthetics with clean and essential lines. The classic Florence Knoll sofa was designed by an architect in 1954. Reclining on 2 or 3 seater models, it is also available in a soft version with deep proportions and a more relaxed seat; is Florence Knoll Relax, which is also available in this case for two or three seats. Like all Florence Knoll designs, the relaxed version has an angular profile that reflects the perfectionism of the modern design of the early 1960s, which is still remarkably relevant today. WOMB ™ SETTEE is a sofa that Florence Knoll ordered from Eero Saarinen in 1948. The lamp and seat resemble a basket full of cushions in which you can turn. The base is made of steel bar legs with a chrome or black finish, and the seat is upholstered in fabric or leather. Knoll also offers a wide range of modern armchairs and classic or contemporary lounge chairs, attractive or relaxed, for living rooms of all styles. The range includes the iconic designs of Florence Knoll Relax armchairs with upholstery available in a wide range of fabrics and leathers, and the Florence Knoll Lounge. Designed in 1929 by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the Barcelona Stool is a sober elegance stool that embodies its creator's most famous maxim "less is more".

Complete Knoll furniture for home and contract

Florence Knoll developed her personal idea for a modern office that had to be elegant, functional and, above all, open. The Knoll office furniture catalog offers solutions for open spaces, management offices and conference rooms, but also for healthcare organizations, educational institutions and government agencies. Knoll's strength in office systems lies in working closely with customers to meet their various needs and offering a full range of products. Office systems, seats, storage furniture, fabric and leather collections allow the company to offer integrated solutions to furnish any type of public space around. The Knoll collection of tables and coffee tables is a taste of timeless elegance from the Knoll Platner collection of round tables, designed in 1966 by Warren Platner. Knoll Platner tables can be used both as a base and decoration. They are based on steel tubes with a nickel or metallic bronze finish. The table top is available in three versions: marble, glass and wood. Knoll Chairs are made of a variety of materials, from fiberglass to steel, and come in a variety of shapes and functions, allowing these products to adapt to a variety of environments. Designed to complement tables from the Platner collection, the steel Planter armchair with armrests is a real armchair that can be used as a dining chair or in the living room.

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