Since 1938, Knoll has been recognized for creating modern furniture that inspires, evolves, and endures. Steeped in the history of modernism, our vision is carried forward today by the most talented contemporary designers.
Whether you are a commercial, educational, healthcare or government organization, we can help you achieve your workplace goals with an unmatched collection of products across a constellation of brands.
We match your needs with research-supported tools, techniques, and insights we've developed over eight decades, applying our holistic understanding of the interplay between people, architecture and furniture, and the experiences they create.
At Knoll we pride ourselves on offering specific guidance and solutions for clients across diverse industries. Our specialized sales teams and tailored product offerings help create inspired environments for any kind of work.
We use modern design to connect people to their work, their lives, their world. Since 1938, we have been recognized internationally for creating workplace and residential furnishings that inspire, evolve, and endure.
To celebrate our 75th year, we teamed up with world-class architecture studio OMA to design a collection of furniture. What resulted is dynamic, innovative, and experimental—an expression of OMA’s challenging research and design process on a completely new scale. The eleven pieces, as OMA principle Rem Koolhaas explains, can perform in a myriad of ways, changing both physically and functionally to suit a variety of environments and uses. This is a manifestation of OMA's functional philosophy and their position as provocateurs—designers who study, question and then mediate our experiences, programming us with the agency to perform within our environments in ways we didn’t know we wanted.
The collection’s flexibility is born from Knoll's desire to cultivate design that can live both in the background and foreground of our lives. As a result, OMA has created furniture that can exist in and in between the office and domestic environments: equipment for living—tools for life.
Rem Koolhaas, OMA partner, Andrew Cogan, Knoll CEO, and Benjamin Pardo, Knoll design director, with 04 Counter