• Knoll Chadwick Spark Lounge Chair by Don Chadwick
  • Knoll Chadwick Spark Lounge Chair by Don Chadwick
  • Knoll Chadwick Spark Lounge Chair by Don Chadwick
  • Knoll Chadwick Spark Lounge Chair by Don Chadwick
  • Knoll Chadwick Spark Lounge Chair by Don Chadwick
  • Knoll Chadwick Spark Lounge Chair by Don Chadwick
  • Knoll Chadwick Spark Lounge Chair by Don Chadwick
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Spark® Series Lounge Chair

Don Chadwick 2009

The Spark Series Lounge chair brings energy to every space with its bright colors and unique personality. A perfect balance of design and utility, the chairs are pleasing to the eye, comfortable and versatile.

Details

Construction and Details
  • Frame is integrally-colored, textured, glass-reinforced polypropylene
  • Chairs stack 6 units high on the floor and 10 units high on the Spark Dolly
  • Seat pads available in a range of KnollTextiles
  • Ganging mechanism available
  • With proper care and preventative maintenance, the Spark Series without seat pad is appropriate for outdoor environments
Sustainable Design and Environmental Certification
  • GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®

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General Info

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Finishes

Seat pad available in a variety of KnollTextiles

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Frame is integrally-colored, glass-reinforced polypropylene. Approved for indoor and outdoor use.

  • color Red
  • color Blue
  • color Citron
  • color Light Grey
  • color Dark Grey
  • color Recycled Black

Dimensions

Don Chadwick designed the Spark Series on Knoll Director of Design Bejamin Pardo’s request for a lightweight, stackable plastic chair. Pardo was confident that Chadwick, one the premier ergonomics experts in the world, would bring maximum comfort and Knoll quality to the so-called “plastic stacker” category.

Chadwick: “the whole program is built around portability, stackability, and easy storage. But still providing a maximum amount of comfort. Each chair has its own personality. One looks much lighter in scale, the other one lower slung, a little bit wider, a little bit deeper — because the seating position for lounging is different from the more upright, attention-getting positions you’d have for a side chair or a dining chair. Also, we can dress the chair up or down depending on whether we apply a cushion to the seat, which gives variability in terms of color, texture and pattern, and gives more options to the use of the chair. I don’t know whether a chair becomes a so-called classic, but a good number of Knoll’s designs have been around for a long time, and hopefully this will have a good, long life.”