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  1. ALLU 24-224
    Design Paola Navone
    Design Paola Navone
    Armchair, anodised tubular aluminium frame, woven with natural rawhide (ALLU 24). Frame woven with grey stained rawhide (ALLU 224).
  2. AMELIE
    Design Birgit Hoffmann
    Design Birgit Hoffmann
    This chair, featuring sophisticated details and boasting great versatility, exudes feminine elegance in each and every version. In the basic version, the piping accentuates the shape of the seat shell. The chair is also available with stitching in the lumbar area or in leather which is pulled taut at the back and fastened with a leather loop. The standard version of the frame is available in different kinds of solid wood, in coloured powder-coated steel or even stainless steel (brushed or polished). The covers are available in the fabrics Kvadrat, Rohi and Steiner Loden as well as in leather and can be combined with one another. Amelie is therefore easily capable of quickly becoming your favourite piece of furniture.
  3. Amelie Armchair
    Design Birgit Hoffmann
    Design Birgit Hoffmann
    In the armchair version, Amelie’s curved form enables you to rest back and arms equally comfortably. The fully upholstered seat shell comes is the fabrics Kvadrat and Rohi, as well as in leather. Customers also have the option of individually combining these cover materials to create a different back and front. The frame, too, comes is a variety of different looks to suit individual tastes. Customers can choose between an elegant oak wood frame, stained in a variety of different colours, and a fine, powder-coated steel frame. The dynamic nature of the design is accentuated by the piping on the edges, which serves to delineate the shape of the seat and the armrests. This modern chair offers exceptional comfort and, as such, a place in which to rest and relax.
  4. Beetle Chair
    Design GamFratesi
    Design GamFratesi
    Design partnership, GamFratesi embodies the meeting between Italian and Danish design. The considered and minimal approach of the Danish design tradition is combined with a sense of quirkiness and the desire to tell a story. With GamFratesi the contrasts are often key to their inspiration. They work strictly within the Scandinavian approach to craft, simplicity and functionalism but there is always a strong emotional pull towards concept and the story behind each piece. When design connoisseurs try to predict who is going to be the next Arne Jacobsen or Hans Wegner, GamFratesi comes high on the list and since the parnership formed in 2006 GamFratesi has received a long list of design awards.
  5. Belloch
    Design Lagranja (2009)
    Design Lagranja Designyear 2009
    Born from the commissioning of a chair for everyday use, indoor or outdoor, to the Lagranja Design studio for Santa & Cole’s headquarters in Parc de Belloch (Barcelona). The result has stylistic evocations of Charles and Ray Eames, while combining a variety of materials, such as recyclable technical plastic, wood and aluminium. Edited in white, grey and brown we now incorporated a black version The goodness of its design makes the Belloch chair suitable to any kind of projects and spaces.
  6. Bertoia Side chair
    Design Harry Bertoia (1952)
    Design Harry Bertoia Designyear 1952
    Innovative, comfortable and strikingly handsome, Harry Bertoia's side chair's delicate filigree appearance belies its strength and durability. The Bertoia side chair is available with a seat pad or fully upholstered. A back pad is also an option for the version with seat pad. The Knoll logo is stamped into the base of the chair. The seat pad is in a variety of upholsteries. Leather is not available on fully upholstered chairs.
  7. Bertoia side chair- Anniversary Edition
    Design Harry Bertoia (1952)
    Design Harry Bertoia Designyear 1952
    To celebrate the centennial of the designer’s birth, the classic Side Chair is now available with a polypropylene seat in six different colors. A modern, colorful take on an inimitable creation, faithfully replicating its unique, linear design, the anniversary edition chairs stand out for their extremely comfortable seat and way they adapt to the widest range of contexts, from residential to contract.
  8. Carbon Chair
    Design Bertjan Pot and Marcel Wanders (2004)
    Design Bertjan Pot and Marcel Wanders Designyear 2004
    Carbon Chair of Bertjan Pot and Marcel Wanders speaks of dedicated craftsmanship in connection to high tech materials and the material expertise only possible by personal excitement, passion and the love of "enlighted amateurs"
  9. Cherner Armchair
    Design Norman Cherner (1958)
    Design Norman Cherner Designyear 1958
    The 1958 molded plywood armchair by Norman Cherner a midcentury icon found in design collections worldwide is now available to a new generation of furniture collectors. Reissued in exacting detail from the original drawings and molds, the armchair combines the best of both molded plywood and solid bent wood construction.
  10. Cherner side chair
    Design Norman Cherner (1958)
    Design Norman Cherner Designyear 1958
    The 1958 molded plywood side chair by Norman Cherner is the companion to the classic Cherner arm chair. The perfect dining chair, it is built to be handed down from generation to generation. The seat is made of laminated plywood of graduated thickness, from 15 plys to 5 plys at the thin edge of the shell. Reissued in exacting detail from the original drawings and molds, the side chair is strong and lightweight.
  11. Cover Chair
    Design Thomas Bentzen
    Design Thomas Bentzen
    Cover is from a desire to create a comfortable and contemporary armchair in wood. I aimed for a crisp and vivid expression in the plywood while looking for a solid and grounded look in the frame and base of the chair. Three years of play and hard work in the making has resulted in a light, yet strong armchair, playing and taking the molded veneer to its extreme.
  12. Dar
    Design Charles & Ray Eames (1950)
    Design Charles & Ray Eames Designyear 1950
    Plastic Armchairs were first presented as part of a New York Museum of Modern Art competition, ”Low Cost Furniture Design”. Their organically shaped plastic seat shells were later combined with various different bases and manufactured in their millions. In their latest version made of polypropylene, the armchairs now offer even greater sitting comfort.
  13. DAW
    Design Charles & Ray Eames (1950)
    Design Charles & Ray Eames Designyear 1950
    The Eames Plastic Chairs are renewed versions of the legendary Fiberglass Chairs. The original, which was the very first industrially produced plastic chair, was jointly developed with Zenith Plastics for the ‚Low-Cost Furniture Design‘ competition organised by the Museum of Modern Art. In the current version made of polypropylene, these chairs are even more comfortable. With its integrated armrests, the organically shaped shell of the Plastic Armchair offers superb comfort. The wide selection of bases makes it possible to use the chairs in a variety of settings: from the dining room or home office to the garden. Shells come in a broad range of colours and upholstery versions, so that components can be mixed and matched to find the perfect chair for individual needs. The Eames Plastic Armchair is complemented by the Eames Plastic Side Chair without armrests.
  14. Deen
    Design EOOS (2012)
    Design EOOS Designyear 2012
    A chair is a chair. But it is one of the most difficult tasks there are in design. Deen fits the bill. Minimised in volume, precise in shape. Modern hydroforming gives the legs their delicate elegance. The seat is full of hidden talents: the upholstery is invisible, but the comfort is ever-present. And the flexible back adds to it. Deen is as beautiful as it is streamlined. Its simplicity is what makes it special.
  15. Dsr
    Design Charles & Ray Eames (1950)
    Design Charles & Ray Eames Designyear 1950
    Eames Plastic Side Chair is a contemporary version of the legendary Fiberglass Chair. It was produced in collaboration with Zenith Plastics for the Museum of Modern Art in New York's Low-Cost Furniture Design Competition and was the first industrially manufactured plastic chair.
  16. DSW
    Design Charles & Ray Eames (1950)
    Design Charles & Ray Eames Designyear 1950
    Eames Plastic Side Chair is a contemporary version of the legendary Fiberglass Chair. It was produced in collaboration with Zenith Plastics for the Museum of Modern Art in New York's Low-Cost Furniture Design Competition and was the first industrially manufactured plastic chair.
  17. FK dining chair
    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.
  18. Gubi chair 2
    Design Komplot (2006)
    Design Komplot Design year 2006
    The GUBI Chair II Collection is based on the use of PET fiber technology. The chair is available in a two-coloured combination as a café chair, an armchair or a lounge chair. In addition to the chairs, the series comprises a stackable table and a range of free standing room dividers. The pure straightforward look and the sound absorbing qualities of the felt makes the collection suitable for private homes, offices and public areas like restaurants, meeting rooms and cafes
  19. Gubi Chair 5
    Design Komplot Design
    Design Komplot Design
    One of Gubi's most innovative products, the Gubi Chair collection, was designed by Boris Berlin and Poul Christiansen of Komplot Design. The Gubi Chair is the first furniture design to be based on the innovative technique of moulding three-dimensional veneer. The 3-D design gives the chair a comfortable seat and sense of lightness. Ground-breaking technology allows the thickness of the veneer to be reduced to half that normally used.
  20. Jana
    Design Birgit Hoffmann
    Design Birgit Hoffmann
    With Jana, Birgit Hoffmann has designed a charismatic armchair suitable for combining with any type of table. Made by hand and with great attention to detail, its sturdy oak frame is strikingly simple in design. Thanks to the wide selection of possible cover materials and the four different frame colours, Jana is extremely flexible in terms of appearance. And the unassuming elegance that it exudes in all its combinations makes it ideal for combining with tables of any sort. With its padded seat, padded backrest and its armrests, Jana is a chair that offers a high degree of comfort. A robust chair from which you will be in no hurry to stand up.
  21. Krusin Collection 016
    Design Marc Krusin (2016)
    Design Marc Krusin Designyear 2016
    This collection associates restrained and compact forms with a comfortable and generous seat. The result is a congenial and harmonious object available in three versions: a simple chair, a small armchair with low armrests and another small armchair with a formfitting backrest. The embedded structure is available in die-cast aluminum or solid ash with a variety of finishes. The cover can be chosen from the Knoll range of leathers and velvet, wool and cotton fabrics.
  22. Leya
    Design Birgit Hoffmann & Christoph Kahleyss
    Design Birgit Hoffmann & Christoph Kahleyss
    Birgit Hoffmann and Christoph Kahleyss design is a fusion of contrasts. Leya is a perfectlyformed chair featuring an elegant, firmly upholstered outer shell on a delicate wire frame or on a solid wooden frame. With its congenial mix of material and colour, Leya has all the makings of a unique designer piece. To sit down in the chair is to indulge the senses further still. The inner padding accommodates your body much like a fluffy pillow and, in doing so, reveals Leya’s soft core to the chair user.
  23. Leya armchair
    Design Birgit Hoffmann & Christoph Kahleyss
    Design Birgit Hoffmann & Christoph Kahleyss
    A hard shell, with a soft core. Birgit Hoffmann and Christoph Kahleyss design is a fusion of contrasts. Leya is a perfectlyformed chair featuring an elegant, firmly upholstered outer shell. With its congenial mix of material and colour, Leya has all the makings of a unique designer piece. To sit down in the chair is to indulge the senses further still. The inner padding accommodates your body much like a fluffy pillow and, in doing so, reveals Leya’s soft core to the chair user.
  24. Leya armchair low
    Design Birgit Hoffmann & Christoph Kahleyss
    Design Birgit Hoffmann & Christoph Kahleyss
    Birgit Hoffmann and Christoph Kahleyss design is a fusion of contrasts. Leya is a perfectlyformed chair featuring an elegant, firmly upholstered outer shell on a delicate wire frame or on a solid wooden frame. With its congenial mix of material and colour, Leya has all the makings of a unique designer piece. To sit down in the chair is to indulge the senses further still. The inner padding accommodates your body much like a fluffy pillow and, in doing so, reveals Leya’s soft core to the chair user.
  25. Liz
    Design Claudio Bellini (2013)
    Design Claudio Bellini Design year 2013
    This chair by Claudio Bellini has been reduced to what is most beautiful. Swaying lines define the silhouette – charmingly emphasised by the coloured piping. An elastic textile – under the cover – spans its expanses for seat and back. Developed for aviation, the high-tech material provides special comfort for Liz, too. Once again pioneeringly innovative like the “Antimott” armchair by Walter Knoll from the 1930s with its special springs. The chair comes either with or without armrests. Totally different and yet familiar – the new variant with solid armrests. The cover can be removed. A new lightness of sitting.
  26. Meridiana
    Design Cristophe Pillet (2003)
    Design Cristophe Pillet Design year 2003
    A diamond changing into a seat: faceted from a thousand veins that reflect light. “Meridiana” transforms the lines of construction and power in lines of poetry. Suspended in its thin metal structure, it shines in its transparency or its sophisticated nuances
  27. Nerd Chair
    Design David Geckeler
    Design David Geckeler
    Through an innovative integration between seat and back and precise detailing, Nerd has a strong personality and a very iconic character. While the appearance of Nerd is unique, the overall expression, material and craftsmanship all have references to classic Scandinavian design values. I am really happy with the result; a chair that stands out as a very personal and distinct interpretation of an all-wood chair
  28. Panton chair
    Design Verner Panton
    Design Verner Panton
    The Panton Chair has won various design prices worldwide and graces the collections of numerous renowned museums. Its expressive shape makes it a true 20th-century icon
  29. Pat dining chair
    Design Flexform (1997)
    Design Flexform Design year 1997
    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. Clean unfussy lines and impeccable production – to keep, enjoy and pass on to the next generation.
  30. Platner side chair
    Design Warren Platner (1962)
    Design Warren Platner Design year 1962
    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.
  31. Saarinen Conference Chair
    Design Eero Saarinen (1946 - 1950)
    Design Eero Saarinen Design year 1946 - 1950
    After winning the Museum of Modern Art Organic Design Competition with Charles Eames for their experiments with bent plywood in 1941, Eero Saarinen was eager to continue exploring the possibilities of a chair that achieved comfort through the shape of its shell, not the depth of its cushioning. Initially, he began the investigation with designs for smaller fiberglass task chairs, but changed direction when Florence Knoll approached him and asked, “Why not take the bull by the horns and do the big one first? I want a chair that is like a basket full of pillows…something I can curl up in.” While that’s not exactly where Saarinen ended up, the suggestion inspired one of the most iconic, and comfortable, chairs of the modern furniture movement, The Womb Chair. After completing the Womb Chair, Saarinen returned his focus to task seating, scaling down the concept and form of the womb into arm and armless chairs. Introduced as the 71 and 72 Series, the chairs replaced Florence Knoll’s model 43 chairs as the Planning Unit’s go-to seating solution. The iconic chair, often referred to as “that chair with the hole in the back,” has been a staple of the Knoll portfolio for more than 60 years.
  32. Saarinen Tulip Side Chair
    Design Eero Saarinen (1957)
    Design Eero Saarinen Designyear 1957
    The Saarinen Tulip seating collection consists of an armchair and an armless chair, with swivel or fixed base. The chairs are available with either an upholstered seat cushion, or fully upholstered inner shell with seat cushion. The swivel stool with an upholstered cushion completes the collection. The KnollStudio logo and the signature of Eero Saarinen are located on the underside of the base.
  33. Scandia Junior
    Design Hans Battrud (1957)
    Design Hans Battrud Design year 1957
    Scandia Junior is a light, stackable dining chair. Delivered in walnut and oak laminate with satin chrome steel bolt base.
  34. SE 68 Dining Chair
    Design Egon Eiermann (1951)
    Design Egon Eiermann Design year 1951
    The classic multipurpose chair. To this day Eiermann’s SE 68 is unique in its minimalist design and its seating comfort. A tubular steel frame in conjunction with an „orga- nically“ shaped seat and backrest made of moul- ded wood – the SE 68 was the earliest model in Germany in this combination of materials. A real trend setter... To give furniture a „human dimension“, that was Egon Eiermann’s goal – and anyone who has ever sat on his SE 68 knows then at the latest that hardly anyone lived up to this aim as much as the self-confessed perfectionist himself.
  35. Spade Chair
    Design Faye Toogood
    Design Faye Toogood
    Spade chair is an ode to the rural life in the English countryside in which designer Faye Toogood grew up and had her first encounters with shapes and colours of the natural world. The inspiration of the chair comes from a cross over between the traditional milking stool and the handle of a spade. A strong icon with references to both the past, present and future.
  36. The Golden Chair
    Design Nika Zupanc (2012)
    Design Nika Zupanc Design year 2012
    Under a mysterious magic spell, a retro-looking school chair is dipped in enchanted golden nectar, which washes away its austerity and crows it with a shiny aureole. Isn’t this a typical school-time wish, while looking out of the window and hoping for a fairytale to begin.
  37. Turtle
    Design PearsonLloyd
    Design PearsonLloyd
    PearsonLloyd, the renowned London design team, has come up with its own expressive interpretation of the bucket seat. On the outside, the bucket is a success with its clean sweeping vital lines; inside, a second, comfortably upholstered bucket is perfect for sitting at the table with great comfort. Turtle comes with a 4-star swivel base or a 4-leg base. The back buckets are available in white or black plastic – alternatively with fabric or leather covers. The Turtle Lounge offers great comfort with low seat height. The Turtle barstool is for seating at counters and high desks.
  38. Utility Chair U
    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.
  39. Viggo Dining Chair
    Design Karina Mencke and Marcus Vagnby (2013)
    Design Karina Mencke and Marcus Vagnby Design year 2013
    There are many ways to celebrate old Denmark. One of the more sympathetic and understated ways is how Viggo is designed and produced Viggo is a series of seating and tables, which are both designed and produced in Denmark. Viggo draws on the best from the Danish design tradition; materials, honesty and playful lightness Viggo is designed and produced by ShapingYourDay; a brand which was launched by the Danish design duo Karina Mencke and Marcus Vagnby only two years ago
  40. Visu chair
    Design Mika Tolvanen
    Design Mika Tolvanen
    The task was to create a personal interpretation of the ever-relevant plywood chair. Mika Tolvanen wanted his chair to have an unobtrusive and timeless nature that is familiar but never boring and without sacrificing function or ergonomics. Designing a family of chairs, visually releated but for different functions, was an iterative and thorough process lasting nearly two years. In the end, Mika Tolvanen thinks every detail is exactly as it is supposed to be