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  1. 369
    Design Walter Knoll Team
    Design Walter Knoll Team
    It's back. The 369 caused a furore with its unconventional design back in the fifties. Now it is setting trends again. Featuring all its original charm and appeal, it convinces elegant on its own and tremendous in a group. An ergonomically formed and perfectly upholstered seat with a highly polished or satin-chromed metal frame. Matching with the armchairs, glass tables are also available in the programme 369 Classic Edition.
  2. Abrazo
    Design Lars Kjerstadius
    Design Lars Kjerstadius
  3. Arctander Chair
    Design Philip Arctander (1944)
    Design Philip Arctander Designyear 1944
    In 1944, architect Philip Arctander designed a chair which has since become a design classic under the name Muslingestolen / Clam Chair or Arctander Chair. Working in collaboration with Philip Arctander’s granddaughter and the founders of Paustian, Paustian is now putting the iconic chair into production. With its light expression, soft, padded form and rounded legs, the Arctander Chair has become a point of reference in the field of furniture design. It was produced in limited numbers in the late 1940s.
  4. Atelier Chair
    Design EOOS
    Design EOOS
    “Form follows function” – this legendary slogan by Sullivan has left its mark on generations of designers. Reduced form, visible function – the insignia of functional design. But there is more to it than that today: the sensuousness of the minimalist. EOOS has taken the idea of functional clarity and given it its own interpretation. And even in the age of iPad and iPhone, we can see that functionality can be emotive. The Atelier Chair is a gentle ascetic. Leather and steel are the skin and bones – minimised and timeless, elegant and sustainable. Taut leather stretches over the steel framework – just as you would expect of genuine tubular steel furniture. The visible construction reveals the function of the chair. And ticking all the boxes: the patina effect – because leather does not reveal its true beauty until it is in use. The headrest is easy to adjust. The leather slides over the neck roll, the height of the backrest changes. The leather gives way to your shoulder to ensure optimum comfort. The ideal place for daydreaming, resting and relaxing.
  5. Bao
    Design EOOS (2012)
    Design EOOS Designyear 2012
    Spacious and round. It's the curves that make Bao appealing on first sight. A sumptuous sculpture with an artistic back. In the style of a leather ball, the leather patchwork forms the rear. Flowing lines – sweeping and elegant. The swivelling armchair combines the materials whilst keeping them distinct: leather on the back, fabric in the seat. Everything has its place. Bao – as familiar as a welcoming embrace.
  6. Barcelona Chair
    Design Ludvig Mies van der Rohe (1929-1931)
    Design Ludvig Mies van der Rohe Designyear 1929-1931
    A signature KnollStudio design, produced to Mies' original specifications. Exclusive manufacturing and sales rights were accorded to Knoll by the designer in 1953. The Barcelona chair is also available in the Kid version. The KnollStudio logo and the signature of Mies van der Rohe are stamped into the base of each chair.
  7. Bat chair
    Design Hardoy, Bonet and Kurchan (Late 1930´s)
    Design Hardoy, Bonet and Kurchan Designyear Late 1930´s
    Juan Kurchan and Jorge Ferrari Hardoy, two young architecs, returned to Buenos Aires in the late 1930´s. They brought along Antonio Bonet i Castellana, a Catalonian colleague and friend with whom they had been collaborating at Le Corbusier´s studio in Paris. Together the three of them also brought a clear vision for a modern version of “La Tripolina“, a chair designed in 1877. Thanks to Cuero, a company with more then 20 years experience in the leather industry, a new and exciting version of the modern classic is available.
  8. Bat chair canvas
    Design Hardoy, Bonet and Kurchan (Late 1930´s)
    Design Hardoy, Bonet and Kurchan Designyear Late 1930´s
    Juan Kurchan and Jorge Ferrari Hardoy, two young architecs, returned to Buenos Aires in the late 1930´s. They brought along Antonio Bonet i Castellana, a Catalonian colleague and friend with whom they had been collaborating at Le Corbusier´s studio in Paris. Together the three of them also brought a clear vision for a modern version of “La Tripolina“, a chair designed in 1877. Thanks to Cuero, a company with more then 20 years experience in the leather industry, a new and exciting version of the modern classic is available.
  9. Bat chair canvas outdoor
    Design Hardoy, Bonet and Kurchan (Late 1930´s)
    Design Hardoy, Bonet and Kurchan Designyear Late 1930´s
    Juan Kurchan and Jorge Ferrari Hardoy, two young architecs, returned to Buenos Aires in the late 1930´s. They brought along Antonio Bonet i Castellana, a Catalonian colleague and friend with whom they had been collaborating at Le Corbusier´s studio in Paris. Together the three of them also brought a clear vision for a modern version of “La Tripolina“, a chair designed in 1877. Thanks to Cuero, a company with more then 20 years experience in the leather industry, a new and exciting version of the modern classic is available.
  10. Bat chair lambskin
    Design Hardoy, Bonet and Kurchan (Late 1930´s)
    Design Hardoy, Bonet and Kurchan Designyear Late 1930´s
    Juan Kurchan and Jorge Ferrari Hardoy, two young architecs, returned to Buenos Aires in the late 1930´s. They brought along Antonio Bonet i Castellana, a Catalonian colleague and friend with whom they had been collaborating at Le Corbusier´s studio in Paris. Together the three of them also brought a clear vision for a modern version of “La Tripolina“, a chair designed in 1877. Thanks to Cuero, a company with more then 20 years experience in the leather industry, a new and exciting version of the modern classic is available. The Icelandic lambskin is tanned ecologically, keeping the colours completely natural.
  11. Boss
    Design Antonio Citterio (2008/2010)
    Design Antonio Citterio Designyear 2008/2010
    Flexform comes from and are producing their products in the small North Italian town Meda renowned for its high quality furniture production. The Flexform brand is now instantly recognisable worldwide. The close collaboration over the last two decades with architect Antonio Citterio led not only to single pieces of furniture, but also large sofa configurations – oases of comfort that radically change the way we entertain and socialise. Clean unfussy lines and impeccable production – to keep, enjoy and pass on to the next generation.
  12. Carlotta
    Design Antonio Citterio (1996)
    Design Antonio Citterio Designyear 1996
    Carlotta is a collection of chairs, stools and coffee tables with the same handmade framework in metal. The chair collection ranges from leather to natural woven cord. A dining chair or armchair, besides different sizes in coffee tables. Flexform comes from and are producing their products in the small North Italian town Meda renowned for its high quality furniture production. The Flexform brand is now instantly recognisable worldwide. The close collaboration over the last two decades with architect Antonio Citterio led not only to single pieces of furniture, but also large sofa configurations – oases of comfort that radically change the way we entertain and socialise. Clean unfussy lines and impeccable production – to keep, enjoy and pass on to the next generation.
  13. Cherner lounge chair
    Design Benjamin Cherner
    Design Benjamin Cherner
    The lounge chair and ottoman designed by Benjamin Cherner is the latest addition to the Cherner seating collection. A molded plywood shell, solid bentwood arm and laminated wood base are combined to produce a dynamically comfortable and curvilinear form. Available with or without upholstered seat pads. Available Finishes: classic walnut, natural walnut & classic ebony
  14. Favela
    Design Fernando and Humberto Campana (2003)
    Design Fernando and Humberto Campana Design year 2003
    Favela refers to the ad-hoc shelters which are built out of mud, sand, scraps of wood, bricks and stones in the hills and on the fringes of urban expansion around Rio de Janeiro. The name refers to the location of the first of such settlements, the hill - Morro da Favela, built in the late 1800s by African-Brazilian veterans from the Canudos war who had nowhere else to go. The Favela chair is constructed piece-by-piece from the same wood used to build the favelas, and every piece is hand-glued and nailed.
  15. Fjord relax
    Design Patricia Urquiola (2002)
    Design Patricia Urquiola Design year 2002
    The Fjord relax chair is archetypal of relax, given its soft supporting and comfortable form, the high back, arm and seating adapt to the body, fitting around it, following its contours and anticipating its movements.
  16. FK
    Design Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm
    Design Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm
    The Devil Wears Prada... and sits on FK. Like Meryl Streep on the screen, aficionados worldwide worship its unmistakable appearance: FK – the unique form, the clear contours, the perfect lines. The bucket seat is an icon of minimalism in design. This new interpretation of a classic emphasises the outer shell. Chic and clean, shining and stylish. The leather cover on top, inviting and familiar. The new executive chair – not only for diabolic editors-in-chief. Devilishly good.
  17. FK lounge
    Design Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm
    Design Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm
    Timelessly modern: at the end of the Sixties, the FK bucket seat became a model for modern design. Today it is considered a design classic all over the world. The FK lounge chair is a new release - a member of the FK family right from the start. Its significant contours make it an icon of minimalism. The timeless lounge chair with its low seat height and invitingly broad bucket convinces on its own, in a group or as a complement to seating or lounge groups. Like the FK bucket chair and the upholstered armchair FK 86 Lounge, the FK Lounge stands on a swivel base.
  18. Foster 520
    Design Foster & Partners
    Design Foster & Partners
    A new classic of salon culture. The Foster 520 armchair reinterprets the tradition of the club armchair – the development of which in Germany Walter Knoll was involved in at the beginning of the twentieth century. The designers at Foster + Partners have made masterly use of the materials: saddle leather with its striking grain for the back, natural fabrics for the seat. The elaborately finished decorative seam emphasises the sweeping lines. With a slight swivel action or quite still on legs: powerful elegance with a perfect dose of laissez-faire – essential for long evenings of charming hospitality. New: the armchair is now also available in all fabric and leather combinations, completely covered in fabric or leather as well as with a lacquered outer shell in bronze or anthracite.
  19. Ghost armchair
    Design Paola Navone
    Design Paola Navone
    An unconventional textile project, Ghost seats are comfortable and snug just like their covers. It is family of upholstered furniture – sofas, armchairs, poufs, chairs and beds – that don and doff their clothes in a jiffy, with a very luxury appearance if dressed with brocade fabric, or the one of extreme simplicity if dressed in white linen.
  20. guscio alto
    Design Antonio Citterio (2011)
    Design Antonio Citterio Design year 2011
    Flexform comes from and are producing their products in the small North Italian town Meda renowned for its high quality furniture production. The Flexform brand is now instantly recognisable worldwide. The close collaboration over the last two decades with architect Antonio Citterio led not only to single pieces of furniture, but also large sofa configurations – oases of comfort that radically change the way we entertain and socialise. Clean unfussy lines and impeccable production – to keep, enjoy and pass on to the next generation.
  21. Happyhour
    Design Antonio Citterio (2006)
    Design Antonio Citterio Design year 2006
    Flexform comes from and are producing their products in the small North Italian town Meda renowned for its high quality furniture production. The Flexform brand is now instantly recognisable worldwide. The close collaboration over the last two decades with architect Antonio Citterio led not only to single pieces of furniture, but also large sofa configurations – oases of comfort that radically change the way we entertain and socialise. Clean unfussy lines and impeccable production – to keep, enjoy and pass on to the next generation.
  22. Haussman 310
    Design Trix & Robert Haussmann (1962)
    Design Trix & Robert Haussmann Design year 1962
    The special quality of craftsmanship, upholstery expertise and the modern age – typical Walter Knoll. And typical Haussmann 310. The legendary club armchair by Swiss architects and designers Trix and Robert Haussmann is back. And with it: the sofa from the newly edited range. Designed in 1962 as part of the Swiss Design Collection, Walter Knoll is reissuing these classic pieces of furnishing history. The aim at the time: “To design a piece of furniture that offers the comfort of the classic Chesterfield but looks lighter,” says Robert Haussmann. As with all Chesterfield furniture, the characteristic diamond pattern structures back and seat. The traditional upholstering technique of button tufting makes sure of that. A sign of masterly upholstery experience. The modern age is reflected in the delicate legs – a tribute to the Bauhaus movement. Sumptuous seating comfort and slim-line tubular steel, traditional craftsmanship and ingenious metalwork. “This club armchair has the charm of something that has grown old with dignity. And creates this inimitable ambience of familiar noblesse,” continues Robert Haussmann. Originality that is here to stay – with the quality and substance to be something special, not only today but also tomorrow.
  23. Jaan
    Design Eoos
    Design Eoos
    For a unisex interior. Jaan combines the best designs for the worlds of living and office. Charming and powerful, straight and harmonious – sofa, armchair and armchair récamière combine apparent opposites. The compact cube floats on elegant legs in a balanced harmony of lightness and weight. The final touches were given particular attention: it is not only lovers of masterly craftsmanship who will be impressed by the fine fell seam. Sofa and armchair come in two variants. Elegant occasional tables with glass tops in black or white complete the range.
  24. Labyrinth Chair
    Design Studio Job (2012)
    Design Studio Job Design year 2012
    Originally designed as an ode to glorious moments, this archetypal chair is endowed with a majestic figure and a strong personality. The sumptuousness of its silhouette is accentuated by the intense vivacity of its colours and prints.
  25. Large Diamond Chair
    Design Harry Bertoia (1952)
    Design Harry Bertoia Design year 1952
    A classic, modern design that enhances any environment, sculptor Harry Bertoia's Diamond Lounge chair remains a fascinating study in bent metal and a fixture of mid-century design. Available fully upholstered only. The Knoll logo is stamped into the base of the chair.
  26. LEYA LOUNGE
    Design Birgit Hoffmann & Christoph Kahleyss
    Design Birgit Hoffmann & Christoph Kahleyss
    Sometimes, we all need a little comfort: and that’s where the new Leya Lounge Armchair comes into play. With Leya, the designers Birgit Hoffmann and Christoph Kahleyss, have created a place to sit with a glass of wine of an evening and just let the time drift by – with a matching stool to make things more comfortable. While the soft interior upholstery makes sitting into an sensuous experience, with its premium look, Leya will soon be your favourite piece of furniture; it looks especially fetching in dark leather – whether as a single or double piece.
  27. LEYA WINGBACK
    Design Birgit Hoffmann & Christoph Kahleyss
    Design Birgit Hoffmann & Christoph Kahleyss
    Sometimes, we all need a little comfort: and that’s where the new Leya Wingback Armchair comes into play. With Leya, the designers Birgit Hoffmann and Christoph Kahleyss, have created a place to sit with a glass of wine of an evening and just let the time drift by – with a matching stool to make things more comfortable. While the soft interior upholstery makes sitting into an sensuous experience, with its premium look, Leya will soon be your favourite piece of furniture; it looks especially fetching in dark leather – whether as a single or double piece.
  28. Lounge Chair
    Design Charles & Ray Eames (1956)
    Design Charles & Ray Eames Design year 1956
    Why don't we make an updated version of the old English club chair?'- With this comment, Charles Eames initiated the development of the Lounge Chair, a process that took several years. The aim was to satisfy the desire for an amply proportioned chair that combined ultimate comfort with the highest quality materials and craftsmanship. With the design of this armchair in 1956, Charles and Ray Eames set new standards: it is not only lighter, more elegant and more modern than the conventionally ponderous club chair – it is also more comfortable. With these qualities, the Lounge Chair became one of the most famous designs of Charles and Ray Eames and has attained the status of a classic in the history of modern furniture. The Lounge Chair is now available from Vitra in two sizes: with classic dimensions and with new larger dimensions. Furthermore, the various combinations of leather upholstery covers, wooden shells and bases are now joined by a white edition and a black edition of the Lounge Chair with corresponding details.
  29. Low pad
    Design Jasper Morrison
    Design Jasper Morrison
    Armchair with or without armrests. Jasper Morrison reduces things to essentials. He designs things that are so quietly functional that, to an untutored eye, can look as if nobody designed them at all. Each Morrison project has a minimal elegance which makes it strongly modern being a sort of archetype linked to past, favouring function on expression.
  30. Lunar Highback Chair
    Design Space Copenhagen
    Design Space Copenhagen
    In the Lunar Collection, contemporary Nordic simplicity meets ancient Chinese legend. It takes its inspiration from Chang’e, the goddess of the moon, said to arise in the West and reside in her lunar palace ‘Guanghan’, which means ‘wild coldness’. The collection is at once fresh, cool and comfortingly timeless. Like its celestial namesake, it is infused with the energy of Yin, the female principle in Yin and Yang.
  31. Lunar Lounge Chair Large
    Design Space Copenhagen
    Design Space Copenhagen
    In the Lunar Collection, contemporary Nordic simplicity meets ancient Chinese legend. It takes its inspiration from Chang’e, the goddess of the moon, said to arise in the West and reside in her lunar palace ‘Guanghan’, which means ‘wild coldness’. The collection is at once fresh, cool and comfortingly timeless. Like its celestial namesake, it is infused with the energy of Yin, the female principle in Yin and Yang.
  32. Mozart
    Design Flexform (1996)
    Design Flexform Designyear 1996
    Mozart is an armchair with an almost colonial air. The particular curved wooden frame in Canaletto walnut or ashwood and screen-worked cane gives it a natural look that recreates the calm atmosphere of a winter garden in a domestic setting. Equipped with frontal casters, Mozart is easy to move. Comfort is guaranteed by the large, deep seat cushion and one or more down cushions resting on the back.
  33. Nepal
    Design Paola Navone
    Design Paola Navone
    Combining traditional wisdom and know-how with artistic innovation, mixing colours and materials, going beyond simple production of an item by seeking to tell a story with different nuances every time; all this has contributed to characterize the eclectic and heterogeneous Baxter collections Personal attention is the belief that distinguishes every aspect of Baxters activity and production. Every production process has a very high manual component, allowing for careful control of every single detail
  34. Nonnamaria
    Design Flexform Studio (1985)
    Design Flexform Studio Designyear 1985
    Nonnamaria is a collection ranging from armchairs, poufs, chaise-longues to sofas in different sizes. What makes these pieces very special is the detail of castors in front and solid wood legs in the back along with a satined metal handle. With the many options in fabric and leathers you really have the possibility to make a personal piece matching the rest of the interior in the home. Flexform comes from and are producing their products in the small North Italian town Meda renowned for its high quality furniture production. The Flexform brand is now instantly recognisable worldwide. The close collaboration over the last two decades with architect Antonio Citterio led not only to single pieces of furniture, but also large sofa configurations – oases of comfort that radically change the way we entertain and socialise. Clean unfussy lines and impeccable production – to keep, enjoy and pass on to the next generation.
  35. Rar
    Design Charles & Ray Eames (1950)
    Design Charles & Ray Eames Design year 1950
    Plastic Armchairs were first presented as part of the famed New York Museum of Modern Art competition, ”Low Cost Furniture Design”. Their organically shaped seat shells made of fibreglass-reinforced plastic were later combined with various different bases, such as RAR's rockers and manufactured in their millions. In their latest version made of polypropylene the Armchairs now offer even greater sitting comfort.
  36. Rocking Nepal
    Design Paola Navone
    Design Paola Navone
    Combining traditional wisdom and know-how with artistic innovation, mixing colours and materials, going beyond simple production of an item by seeking to tell a story with different nuances every time; all this has contributed to characterize the eclectic and heterogeneous Baxter collections Personal attention is the belief that distinguishes every aspect of Baxters activity and production. Every production process has a very high manual component, allowing for careful control of every single detail
  37. S-chair
    Design Tom Dixon (1991)
    Design Tom Dixon Designyear 1991
    As an almost instant classic, the introduction of the s-chair triggered the meteoric rise of the self-taught Dixon to the upper echelon of contemporary designers. The importance of integrating form and material is paramount to Dixon and is showcased in the wicker and marsh straw versions of the s-chair. Other options include graphic black/white spotted pony leather as well as an array of Cappellini fabrics. The s-chair features a dark lacquered metal frame.
  38. Scandia senior easy
    Design Hans Brattrud (1957)
    Design Hans Brattrud Design year 1957
    Scandia Senior is a high-back easy chair with a leather cusion and a swivel base. Delivered with walnut laminate and a satin chrome swivel base.
  39. Showtime
    Design Jaime Hayon (2007)
    Design Jaime Hayon Designyear 2007
    Jaime Hayon has energy, talent and a style of his own, which are all distilled into the Showtime collection he has designed for Bd Barcelona design. This happy encounter between a young designer and a veteran producer has led to the birth of a furniture collection meant for the home, but which has the adaptability and the personality needed for contract furnishing. A collection in which plastics consort with upholstery, the gleam of lacquered wood and the tradition of fine ceramics. In these contrasts between classicism and modernity, Showtime reflects what has always been the very essence of Bd.
  40. Small Diamond Chair
    Design Harry Bertoia (1952)
    Design Harry Bertoia Designyear 1952
    A classic, modern design that enhances any environment, sculptor Harry Bertoia's Diamond Lounge chair remains a fascinating study in bent metal and a fixture of mid-century design.Available either fully upholstered or with seat pad only. The Knoll logo is stamped into the base of the chair.
  41. Smock
    Design Patricia Urquiola (2005)
    Design Patricia Urquiola Design year 2005
    The smock chair displays the same exploration of solids and voids, comfort and luxury, that distinguishes Urquiola’s work. The particular feature is the smock stitch, embroidered at the sides, giving a luxurious and refined quality. A leather version is also envisaged, again confirming Moroso as a company that offers a unique product representing a way of working that, even though industrialized in its processes, remains hand-crafted in the attention to detail and the finishes.
  42. Smoke chair
    Design Maarten Baas (2002)
    Design Maarten Baas Design year 2002
    Furniture finished with fire. The beauty and character of burned wood is now captured in a long lasting material, creating the strange sensation of sitting on burnt furniture.
  43. The Keystone
    Design Sophie Mensen and Oskar Peet
    Design Sophie Mensen and Oskar Peet
    The Keystone chair is a new member of Please wait to be seated’s own design collection. Designed by the young and talented Sophie Mensen and Oskar Peet from OS & OOS in the Netherlands.
 The Keystone chair is inspired by the three basic elements of a roman bridge; the spanners, the elemental building blocks, and the keystone; which when inserted completes the fundamental arch shape. Originally made from concrete (back rest), rubber (keystone) and ceramics (sit surface).
  44. Thomas
    Design Flexform Studio (2000)
    Design Flexform Studio Designyear 2000
    A small armchair hand made from solid wood with details in wood thickness making it very hard to copy. With almost unlimited options in wood and upholstery it is possible to make your own unique combination. Additional feature is the removable cover for easier maintenance and the possibility of changing fabric covers in the future. Flexform comes from and are producing their products in the small North Italian town Meda renowned for its high quality furniture production. The Flexform brand is now instantly recognisable worldwide. The close collaboration over the last two decades with architect Antonio Citterio led not only to single pieces of furniture, but also large sofa configurations – oases of comfort that radically change the way we entertain and socialise. Clean unfussy lines and impeccable production – to keep, enjoy and pass on to the next generation.
  45. Utility Lounge Chair
    Design Neri&Hu
    Design Neri&Hu
    This durable seating series combines comfort with practicality and a highly sophisticated take on the enduringly popular industrial aesthetic. Incorporating a range of lounge chairs, barstools and stools, the Utility collection is (as its name suggests) utilitarian in its references, while also featuring a palette of old-world and luxurious materials. The end result is a set of elegant and versatile pieces that fit seamlessly and gracefully into any environment, from high-end hospitality to residential projects.
  46. Valet Club Chair
    Design David Rockwell
    Design David Rockwell
    BRAND NEW PRODUCT - NOW AVAILABLE FOR ORDER Rockwell Group took inspiration for the collection, part of Stellar Works’ Collaboration series, from the roots of the word “valet,” but reinterpreted it for the 21st century – this crafted, unique furniture accommodates the narrative of our lives today. From lounge seating to customizable shelving, each of the 14 pieces in the collection has a streamlined functionality – luxurious embellishments, from leather cords to matte brass hardware, double as subtle tools for living well. Grouped together in endless combinations, the pieces help create natural transitions in the home or hospitality setting, from entry, to work, to play.
  47. Valet Lounge Chair
    Design David Rockwell
    Design David Rockwell
    BRAND NEW PRODUCT - NOW AVAILABLE FOR ORDER Rockwell Group took inspiration for the collection, part of Stellar Works’ Collaboration series, from the roots of the word “valet,” but reinterpreted it for the 21st century – this crafted, unique furniture accommodates the narrative of our lives today. From lounge seating to customizable shelving, each of the 14 pieces in the collection has a streamlined functionality – luxurious embellishments, from leather cords to matte brass hardware, double as subtle tools for living well. Grouped together in endless combinations, the pieces help create natural transitions in the home or hospitality setting, from entry, to work, to play.
  48. Vostra
    Design Walter Knoll Team
    Design Walter Knoll Team
    Vostra spreads the charm of reminiscence. The reduced design from the Fifties is in keeping with the zeitgeist in this reissue. The armchairs are traditionally crafted with a solid beech frame. The legs are made from chrome-plated steel tubing. The table from the range of the same name matches perfectly.
  49. Womb Chair
    Design Eero Saarinen (1948)
    Design Eero Saarinen Design year 1948
    Eero Saarinen's 1948 Womb chair, made exclusively for Knoll, displays the Finnish-born designer's flair for challenging rules, breaking molds and setting new standards for modern design. The Womb chair is available in three sizes: standard, medium and small. The standard and medium size have an accompanying ottoman. Both chair and ottoman feature stainless steel and nylon articulating glides. The Knoll logo is stamped into the structure of the chair and the ottoman.
  50. Zoe
    Design Lievore Altherr Molina (2006)
    Design Lievore Altherr Molina Design year 2006
    Armchair & poufs with a casual design in different sizes, particularly comfortable. Available in the versions with seams “at sight” or with the traditional border, Zoe proposes itself as a way to re-discover the relaxed attitude of the Sixties. Ergonomically variable, due to the internal movement of the expanded polystyrene pearls, Zoe communicates fun without losing in elegance. The covers are completely removable.