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
United States, 1941-1960 This Jens Risom armchair, model 652 U1/2, was produced from 1941 to 1960. The birch frame has been expertly refinished; the upholstery is original and in excellent condition.
United States, 2006 Designed by the Vignellis in 1994, this table features a round slate top on a polished chrome base. Produced by Knoll.
Germany, 1960s This no. 92 Scissor Chair was designed by Pierre Jeanneret and manufactured by Knoll International in Germany. It is composed of a birch frame with cushions that were previously reupholstered.
Italy, 1990s These iconic armchairs were designed in 1966 by Warren Platner and were manufactured by Knoll. They are constructed of nickel-plated steel wire rod and are upholstered in Knoll’s Luxe textile Stirling in Guild.
USA, 2000s Pair of classic MR armchairs in leather.
USA, 1940s This unique table is an early Abel Sorenson design for Knoll. It features a molded birch tray that sits on a birch-frame stool with a webbed seat. The stool has been newly restrapped with vintage cotton webbing. The
USA, 2006 Designed by Harry Bertoia in 1952, this iconic chaise longue was produced by Knoll in 2006. It is composed of a chrome wire frame with a black Classic bouclé cover.
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 Classic womb chair was reupholstered once in Knoll cuddle cloth textile. The foam and fabric are in excellent condition.
Germany, 1960s This no. 92 Scissor Chair was designed by Pierre Jeanneret and manufactured by Knoll International in Germany. It is composed of an expertly refinished birch frame with cushions that have 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, 1970s This classic design by Eero Saarinen features a walnut top and black metal pedestal base. Slightly shorter than a typical dining table, this tea height table is rare and uniquely suited for entertaining.
USA, 2009 This classic sofa, designed by Florence Knoll in 1954, is upholstered in deep blue Sabrina leather over a steel frame.
USA, 1990s This set of four chairs, designed in 1957 by Eero Saarinen, features tubular steel legs with seats that were previously reupholstered in Knoll textile.
USA, 1982 Lucia Mercer was schooled in landscape architecture, and apprenticed with a granite quarry in upstate New York, where she sculpted stone. This Stump table won The Roscoe award, USA 1983, and is as much a work of art
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. 2008 Designed in 1956 by Eero Saarinen, the tulip chair and table were awarded the Museum of Modern Art award in 1969, and they remains icons of American modernism to this day. This set includes a 36″ round white
USA, 1997 Designed in 1930 by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the Barcelona chair remains an icon of modern design. This set features two Barcelona chairs and one ottoman. Each item is composed of a hand-polished stainless steel frame and
USA, 1997 Designed in 1930 by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the Barcelona daybed remains an icon of modern design. It is constructed of a sapele mahogany frame on stainless steel legs with cowhide straps. This example is upholstered in
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, 1993 This exquisite sculptural chair won Time Magazine’s award for best design 1992. This example was produced in 1993 and is signed and dated. Though this chair is still in production, the black has been discontinued.
USA, 1979 This comfortable 3-seater sofa is upholstered in Knoll Cato textile in a brilliant red.
USA, 1970s This playful dining set features a white laminate Tulip dining table and six Tulip chairs with multi-colored vinyl seat cushions: blue, red, green, yellow, and t
USA, 1980s Designed in 1930 for the Tugendhat house in Brno, Czechoslovakia, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Brno chair mirrors the groundbreaking simplicity of its original environment. This set of eight was manufactured in the 1980s and features a tubular
USA, 1992 Hat Trick armless chair by Frank Gehry for Knoll
USA, 1970s This 1966 Collection coffee table has a vibrant yellow porcelain enamel top, a color which is no longer in production.
USA, 1978 This Robert Venturi chair for Knoll International USA was in production from 1978-1986. The unique artwork detail is screenprinted laminate over plywood.
USA, 1997 This exquisite sculptural chair won Time Magazine’s award for best design 1992. This example was produced in 1997 and is signed and dated.
USA, 1960s This vintage womb chair by Saarinen for Knoll features a black metal frame and unique teal patterned upholstery. The ottoman measures 25.5″ W x 20″ D x 16″ H.
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, 1960′s This armchair was designed by Warren Platner in 1962. In 1966, Platner was the recipient of the American Institute of Architects International Award, which honored his contributions to the industry. This impeccable example of Warren Platner’s classic design
USA, 1980′s Four box drawers (each with one removable partition), four full-extension file drawers with metal bars each for hanging files.
United States, 1960s Designed by Jens Risom in the 1940s as part of Knoll’s 666 Line, these comfortable maple side chairs feature angled seats and backrests with tufted upholstery. This large lot comes in a variety of colors, including blue,
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 This set of two armchairs and six armless chairs has been reupholstered once, and the legs have been stained slightly darker. The textile is in excellent shape, so these chairs could either be professionally cleaned or reupholstered.
USA, 1980′s Marcel Breuer’s revolutionary 1928 Cesca chair marries user-friendly textile and wood with the industrial-age aesthetic of cantilevered tubular steel.
USA Chrome with black vinyl seat. 3 available.
USA, 1950′s White formica side tables with black metal frames by Florence Knoll. Price is per table, ten available.
USA, 1960′s This pair of 657 sling lounge chairs have original tan leather sling seats with attached black leather seat cushion in a tubular frame with black resin coated aluminum armrests. Each with Knoll paper label to the underside of
Upholstered in Classic Boucle, these womb chairs are new production by Knoll.
USA, 1970′s This beautiful walnut table has been expertly refinished.
USA, 1970′s Inspired by Marcel Breuer’s tubular steel designs, the MR Chair is a beautiful example of van der Rohe’s work. In all original condition.
USA, 1980′s This set of ten Brno chairs have beautiful stainless steel frames which are in excellent condition. The textile needs to be replaced.
USA, 1980′s Designed in Italy in 1929, this MR chair was manufactured by Knoll circa 1980.
USA, 1980′s Designed in 1930 for the Tugendhat house in Brno, Czechoslovakia, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Brno chair mirrors the groundbreaking simplicity of its original environment.
It began with a chaise longue (Corbusier, not Récamier). Then came many more pieces, especially a sleek Hans Wegner credenza. Then I became spoiled and removed all furniture that was not Normand’s. A tête-à-tête (after Edward Wormley for Dunbar) followed,
USA/Italy 1967 This glass table table seats 8 comfortably.
USA, 1988 This 3-piece modular credenza was in production for Knoll for only a few years. The two end pieces consist of 4 drawers with one file drawer each, and the middle section has double doors which open to reveal
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, 1950′s This grasshopper chair with ottoman has been expertly reupholstered in Knoll textile. Original Knoll paper label on underside.