The Graham Collection®

Linear. Precise. Distinctive.

Designed to celebrate line, proportion and material, the Graham Collection balances structure with sculpture to bring architecture and sophistication to the private office. Beautifully proportioned compositions of exquisite woods are accented with glass, leather and metal.


The impeccable attention to detail, high-quality craftsmanship, and quiet style of the collection all stand as a tribute to the legacy of Florence Knoll and her contribution to the aesthetic of the executive office.

Key Benefits

ARCHITECTURAL PRESENCE. The collection radiates a signature design aesthetic that emphasizes proportion and simplicity with architectural appeal.


PRECISION PLANNING. Precision planning is effortlessly achieved with a comprehensive product scope and rich material palette.


WOOD EXCELLENCE. Graham celebrates and continues the Knoll legacy of delivering beautifully designed and executed wood furniture with a focus on environmental sustainability.

Product Finishes

  • color Dark Taupe
  • color Pewter Grey
  • color Warm White
  • color Vermilion
  • color Near Black
  • color Maple (V1)
  • color Blond Maple (V1)
  • color Natural (V1)
  • color Light Cherry (V1)
  • color Medium Teak (V1)
  • color Medium Oak (V1)
  • color Cherry (V1)
  • color Dark Mahogany (V1)
  • color Medium Walnut (V1)
  • color Black Oak (V1)
  • color Espresso (V1)
  • color Light Walnut (V1)
  • color Dove Grey (V1)
  • color Pangar Wenge (V1)
  • color Maple (V2)
  • color Natural Hemlock (V2)
  • color Sand Oak (V2)
  • color Natural Oak (V2)
  • color Chalk Oak (V2)
  • color Light Oak (V2)
  • color Straight Anigre (V2)
  • color Bronze Cherry (V2)
  • color Medium Cherry (V2)
  • color Natural Cherry (V2)
  • color Medium Brown Cherry (V2)
  • color Light Fawn Cherry (V2)
  • color Light Walnut (V2)
  • color Old English Walnut (V2)
  • color Peacock Green Walnut (V2)
  • color Ebony (V2)
  • color Grigio (V2)
  • color Figured Sycamore (V3)
  • color Natural Chestnut (V3)
  • color Figured Anigre (V3)
  • color Makore (V3)
  • color Sapele (V3)
  • color Nero (Graham Collection only)
  • color Voltapietre (Graham Collection only)
  • color Codone (Graham Collection only)
  • color Cavaliere d'Italia (Graham Collection only)
  • color Labbo (Graham Collection only)
  • color Pagliarolo (Graham Collection only)
  • color Mignattalo (Graham Collection only)
  • color Gheppio (Graham Collection only)
  • color Poreiglione (Graham Collection only)
  • color Piovanello Comune (Graham Collection only)
  • color Aquila di Mare (Graham Collection only)
  • color Orco Marino (Graham Collection only)
  • color Beccacia di Mare (Graham Collection only)
  • color Black (Graham Collection only)
  • color Dark Brown (Graham Collection only)
  • color Brown (Graham Collection only)
  • color Satin Bronze
  • color Bright Nickel
  • color Polished Chrome
  • color Copper

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General Info

Sustainable Design

Additional Info

      Environmental Certification
    • BIFMA level™ 3 certified
    • Available with an FSC® certified claim
    • GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®
    • Can contribute to achieving LEED® certification for Existing Buildings,
      Commercial Interiors and New Construction


      Sustainable Design
    • 20-24% recycled content steel
    • 15-20% recycled content aluminum
    • 100% recycled content particleboard
    • Available with 100% recycled content fabric
    • Steel and aluminum components recyclable
    • Water-based adhesives, water-based stains and UV-cured polyurethane top coats are virtually VOC-free


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Featured Projects

Brian Graham, known for his expertise in wood — especially architecturally inspired casegoods, was asked to develop this collection to celebrate and exploit the wood manufacturing capabilities of Knoll’s Toronto production facility. He explains the process:

“One of the things I think is really important is to look at and understand Knoll’s legacy in wood. I looked at the precedent set by people like Florence Knoll and Gwathmey Siegel, who really created the first true casegoods line that really had an architectural presence.

"So, part of the design challenge in casegoods is to create a design that is distinctive enough as an object, but also adaptable enough as a system of modular components so an interior designer can truly create what they need.

“The most visual present zone, the billboard of the private office if you will, is the overhead. So the first area for us to really focus on was how we could create something distinctive. Really a signature overhead for the private office.”

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