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Harry Bertoia

Italian-born American sculptor Harry Bertoia is best known for his eponymous collection of woven-wire seating for Knoll, including the Diamond and Bird chairs. Despite a scandal over creative rights between Bertoia and Charles and Ray Eames, with whom Bertoia worked in the 1940s, the line continues to leave its mark on the design world—–and waffle patterns on the backs of those who grace the seats.


Bertoia barstool

Bertoia Stool

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.