As a pioneer of the Knoll Planning Unit, Florence Knoll created what she modestly referred to as the 'fill-in pieces that no one else wants to do.' She refers to her own line of lounge seating as the equivalent of 'meat and potatoes,' asserting, 'I needed the piece of furniture for a job and it wasn't there, so I designed it.' Like so many of her ground-breaking designs that set the industry's gold standard, the 1954 Lounge collection has made it into the pantheon of modern classics. Consistent with all of Knoll's designs, the Lounge collection has a spare, angular profile that reflects the objective perfectionism of modern design in the early 1960s. This sofa is perfect for both formal and casual settings, including reception areas, universities, museums and private homes. Upholstery is quality leather for a classic look, or in dozens of both bright and neutral fabric options for a more casual space.
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