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Items No.CF029
Product name: Florence Knoll Sofa

- Knoll Sofa covering in Italian leather, loose cushions, button also cover with leather.
- Inner solid frame structure, high quality foam, UK fire retardant standard available
- Base frame and legs in stainless steel tube with polished finish.

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Fully covered with top grain Italian leather, our Florence Knoll Sofa offers the same enduring style as the original. Loveseat of design koll sofa: a 8 button version. Arm, seat, and back cushions of the knoll leather sofas are full genuine leather. Genuine leather tubes of furniture knoll leather sofa are straight like a line
The sofa chair can be used in the living room office meeting room and hotel hall,available in armchair 2 seater ,3 seater . Florence classic knoll sofa is made of Solid wood inner frame and polished stainless steel leg The buttons on the contemporary designer sofa,which are made of genuine leather, stiched by hand.This leather sofa padded with high density foam. Fabric/leather available for the design florence sofa have smooth tufting without buttons.
Knoll armchair also vailable in red wool fabric. Knoll lovesea & sofa can be covered by various fabrics,without buttons on the cushions.
Florence Knoll Sofa Florence Knoll Sofa
Florence Knoll Sofa Florence Knoll Sofa
Florence Knoll Sofa Florence Knoll Sofa
Florence Knoll Sofa Florence Knoll Sofa
Florence Knoll Sofa Florence Knoll Sofa
Measure






Colour and Material
Aniline Leather 3185
Aniline Leather 3185
Aniline Leather 3210
Aniline Leather 3210
Aniline Leather 3008
Aniline Leather 3008
Aniline Leather 3708
Aniline Leather 3708
Top Grain 0185#
Top Grain 0185#
Top Grain 1128#
Top Grain 1128#
Top Grain 1009#
Top Grain 1009#
Top Grain 0010#
Top Grain 0010#
Top Grain 0187#
Top Grain 0187#
Top Grain 358#
Top Grain 358#
Top Grain 1620#
Top Grain 1620#
Top Grain 210A#
Top Grain 210A#
Top Grain 108#
Top Grain 108#
0188#
0188#
0189#
0189#
Packing

Florence Knoll Sofa's Packing

Florence Knoll Sofa's Packing
Florence Knoll Florence Knoll Bassett (born May 24, 1917) is an American architect and furniture designer who studied under Mies van der Rohe and Eliel Saarinen. She was born in Saginaw, Michigan as Florence Schust and is known in familiar circles simply as "Shu".[1] She graduated from Kingswood School at the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan in 1934. She briefly worked with leaders of the Bauhaus movement, including Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer and Wallace K. Harrison.[2] In 1938, Hans G. Knoll founded his furniture company by that name in New York. In 1943, Florence Schust convinced Hans she could help bring in business to his company even in America's wartime economy by expanding into interior design by working with architects. With her architectural background and design flair, she succeeded. They married in 1946, she became a full business partner and together they founded Knoll Associates. A new furniture factory was established in Pennsylvania and dealers in Knoll's furniture were carefully added over the next several years.[3] Florence Knoll felt architects should contribute their design ability to furniture as well. Some of these furniture designs would become design icons of the 20th century and have remained in the Knoll line for decades due to their timeless design. When Hans Knoll died in a car accident in 1955, Florence Knoll took over operation of the company. Florence Knoll herself designed chairs, sofas, tables and casegoods during the 1950s that remain in the Knoll line to this day. In 1958 she married Harry Hood Bassett. Her American interpretation of minimalist, rationalist design theories is clearly evident in Knoll's storage pieces. She mixed woods and metals to great effect and added laminates as they became popular. Dressers and desks are all square in design but never lack for quality. Hanging cabinets have glass shelves, sliding doors and drop down fronts that can be used as bars. As an architect, Knoll's most famous creations are the Connecticut General Life Insurance building in Bloomfield, Connecticut and the interior of the CBS Building in New York City. In the 1950's Florence Knoll's work was often displayed at the Museum of Modern Art's "Good Design" exhibits. Although Knoll did a great deal of residential work, the International Style she worked in was specially in successful corporate offices. Knoll's vision for the new office was clean and uncluttered, and the corporate boom of the 1960's provided the perfect opportunity for her to change the way people looked at work in their offices. Her open plan layouts created clean, uncluttered spaces a perfect venue for her furniture. Companies like H. J. Heinz, CBS, and Connecticut General Life Insurance all embraced this new way of organizing business space. Knoll retired as Knoll president in 1960, but remained with the company as the director of design until 1965 when she retired completely related products


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