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The legendary furniture company whose coveted products became synonymous with the Mid-century design movement of the 20th century.
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Enduring Design

Knoll’s modernist vision was driven by legendary names like Florence Knoll, Harry Bertoia, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Warren Platner, and Charles Pollock.

Refined Statement

Original Knoll furniture pieces carry international cachet. They’re highly valued by collectors and make an exclusive statement in your office.

Astonishing Craftsmanship

Given proper care, Knoll products are built to endure decades of use, and act as a permanent statement of the owner’s refinement.

Attention to Detail

Fine textiles and materials like white marble – like that which is seen in Eero Saarinen’s Tulip table – are selected when building Knoll products. They never go out of style.

Brand Snapshot
  • Artisan craftsmanship
  • Enduring Mid-century styles
  • Exotic, internationally-sourced materials
  • World-renowned designers

KNOLL IS FAMOUS FOR INNOVATIVE AND TIMELESS DESIGN, AS WELL AS ENDURING QUALITY. In the late 1930s, Hans Knoll moved to New York City, where he realized his dream of creating a furniture company.

A decade later, he began working with Florence Schust, whose architectural background helped drive an expansion of the business. She became Knoll’s wife, and they combined their talents to drive the production of furniture that would long outlive the 20th century. Today, Florence Knoll’s highly revered work is sought by collectors, designers, and enthusiasts.

We’re proud to offer hand-selected classic Knoll pieces as part of our Metro Collection. These include stunning, original examples of the Brno, Pollack, and Tulip chairs.

Please note that we are not affiliated with Knoll.

We've helped companies with their office designs and furniture for over 30 years. Let us help you find your perfect solution today.
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