Available in more than 100 Knoll fabrics and leathers
Designed in the 1960s, this iconic piece features vertical steel wire rods welded to circular horizontal and edge-framing rods. Available in a variety of sizes.
- For Warren Platner, whose modernist pedigree would make any contemporary designer squeal, design was all about the right groovy palette for the right glitzy project. Minimalists need not apply.
A grid of industrial-strength steel rods forms the back and seat of this iconic counter-height stool, launched by Harry Bertoia as part of his 1952 Seating Collection. An optional seat pad can snap in or out of place. The piece is manufactured solely by Knoll.
Introduced in 1951, this table has a wire frame and a top made of veneer, laminate, or baltic birch.
- Once a locker for a midnight loo, the bedside table has taken on a far sweeter function—and a score of forms for holding big dreams, and small specs, till the morning light.