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D'Urso Residential Lounge Chair

Joseph Paul D'Urso 2008

Defined by a low profile, boldly outlined architectural surrounds and soft interior cushions, the D’Urso Residential Lounge Collection delivers casual modern comfort to any home and is especially well suited to today’s more expansive interiors.

Details

Construction and Details
  • Available in a range of KnollTextiles and Spinneybeck® leathers with split upholstery option
  • Non-directional textiles with railroad application will have single needle topstitch for arms and double needle topstitch for seat and back cushions
  • Directional textiles will have single needle topstitch for arms, double needle topstitch for seat and back cushions, and single blind stitch for vertical seams of seat cushion
  • Leather applications will have single needle topstitch for arms, double needle topstitch for seat and back cushions, and single blind stitch for vertical seams of seat cushion
  • Seat cushion is constructed of highly resilient polyurethane foam and polyester fiber, wrapped in polyester fiber batting. Back cushion is constructed with a soft polyurethane foam core and polyester fiber fill
  • Frame is constructed of plywood with sinuous spring seat suspension and matrix back suspension
  • Legs are 4” steel with 1 ¼” diameter with polished chrome finish and black nylon glides, or 4” turned solid oak with natural, medium walnut or ebonized finish and white nylon glides

Sustainable Design and Environmental Certification
  • GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®

 

Downloads for D'Urso Residential Lounge Chair

General Info

Planning Tools

Finishes

Available in a variety of KnollTextiles and Spinneybeck Leathers.

See approval matrices in the downloads section for more detail.

  • color Chrome
  • color Ebonized Oak
  • color Natural Oak
  • color Burnt Walnut

Dimensions

Joseph Paul D’Urso, who helped pioneer the “high-tech” movement in interior design, collaborated with Knoll in the 1980s to introduce lounge and table collections. In 2008, he returned to design a new sofa and lounge chair.

D’Urso: “Being as I’ve done interiors for about 40 years, I have a pretty good idea of all the products that are out there. I am constantly looking for things and not finding exactly what I want. So, I use that as a challenge to try to design something that suits the function that I need.

“As far as the sofa is concerned, it’s meant to be a sofa that people can really relax in — something that two people can climb on and curl up in. It’s deep, which I think is really nice. We’re offering it in different depths and different heights, which is a nice feature to have.