United States, 1970s Florence Knoll designed this table or desk as part of her 1961 executive collection. A beautiful 78-inch walnut oval sits on a chromed steel base in perfect harmony with the angular X of its legs. The clean
USA, 1960s This credenza by Florence Knoll is composed of a walnut case with white lacquered doors. The four doors open to reveal two adjustable shelves on the right side and two shallow drawers and additional shelving on the left.
USA, 1970s Designed in 1955, this lounge chair is very comfortable and features a streamlined silhouette. It is composed of a steel frame with a tufted seat that has been newly reupholstered in Knoll textile.
USA, 1970s This table was designed by Florence Knoll and manufactured by Knoll. It is composed of an expertly refinished, walnut top and a chrome pedestal base. This elegant table can serve as a dining table, conference table, or desk.
USA, 1950s This sofa is an early design by Florence Knoll. It is very comfortable and has been previously reupholstered in Knoll textiles.
USA, 2009 This classic sofa, designed by Florence Knoll in 1954, is upholstered in deep blue Sabrina leather over a steel frame.
USA, 1980s Florence Knoll designed her classic tuxedo chair in 1954. The elegant proportions and tailored lines of the chrome frame are set off by Knoll’s Rivington textile in the Sunflower.
USA, 1960s This pair of lounge chairs by Florence Knoll feature brushed chrome bases with tufted white vinyl upholstery.
USA, 1970s This classic oval table is in excellent condition.
USA, 1990s Designed in by Florence Knoll in 1961, this credenza features four cabinet doors with inset handles that house adjustable shelving. The piece is composed of an ebonized oak case on a chrome base with a grey and white
USA, 1960s This piece is a beauty and is in amazing condition. Left side features shelving and a file drawer and the right side features a second file drawer and four smaller drawers.
USA, 1970s This classic three-seater sofa by Florence Knoll is upholstered in the original rust-colored mohair. Coordinating armchair is also available.
USA, 1970s This armchair by Florence Knoll is upholstered in the original rust-colored mohair. Coordinating sofa is also available.
USA, 1970′s This classic Florence Knoll credenza has a spectacular rosewood grain. It features two file drawers and eight smaller drawers that can be customized with inserts to suit a variety of storage needs.
USA, 1950′s These lounge chairs by Florence Knoll are a timeless example of mid-century American design. They are upholstered in Knoll textile in Classic Boucle, one of Knoll’s oldest lines of textile. The chartreuse color would enliven any space.
USA, 1980′s Four box drawers (each with one removable partition), four full-extension file drawers with metal bars each for hanging files.
USA, 1970′s This classic Florence Knoll credenza has a spectacular rosewood grain.
USA, 1960′s This pair or lounge chairs by Florence Knoll are upholstered in a undulating textile that offsets the straight and simple design.
USA, 1950′s White formica side tables with black metal frames by Florence Knoll. Price is per table, ten available.
USA This credenza features four box drawers (each with a removable partition), one full extension file drawer with two metal bars for hanging files, two storage cabinets with two adjustable shelves.
USA, 1970′s This beautiful walnut table has been expertly refinished.
USA, 1980′s This credenza by Florence Knoll features eight box drawers with removable partitions and two full-extension file drawers with two metal bar each for hanging files. Polished chrome base.
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USA, 1950′s This elegant sideboard by Florence Knoll for Knoll Associates features ample storage space. Four doors open to reveal two cutlery drawers on the left and adjustable shelves on the right. This piece won the MOMA good design award
USA, 1970′s This elegant table can serve as a dining table, conference table, or desk. With a beautiful walnut top and chrome base.