Shop Pink with KnollLimited Edition Knoll Classics for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
EAST GREENVILLE, Pa., October 5, 2018 -- Knoll, Inc. (NYSE:KNL), a constellation of design-driven brands for the workplace and home, will offer limited-edition versions of iconic designs by Florence Knoll and Harry Bertoia in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, October 2018. Breast Cancer Awareness Month, sponsored by the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc., is an annual campaign to increase awareness of this disease. Considering the company’s strong roots in Pennsylvania, Knoll has designated all net proceeds to benefit the Pennsylvania Breast Cancer Coalition.
Knoll once again will offer both the 1952 side chair by Harry Bertoia and the reintroduced 1947 Hairpin™ Stacking Table by Florence Knoll in a special, signature pink powder-coat finish. Both items will be available at the Shop at knoll.com beginning October 1 for the entirety of the month. The pieces can also be ordered through the Company’s New York Home Design Shop or the Knoll showroom at the New York D & D Building.
Knoll, Inc. is a constellation of design-driven brands and people, working together with our clients to create inspired modern interiors. Our internationally recognized portfolio includes furniture, textiles, leathers, accessories, and architectural and acoustical elements brands. These brands — Knoll Office, KnollStudio, KnollTextiles, KnollExtra, Spinneybeck | FilzFelt, Edelman Leather, HOLLY HUNT, and DatesWeiser — reflect our commitment to modern design that meets the diverse requirements of high performance workplaces and luxury interiors. A recipient of the National Design Award for Corporate and Institutional Achievement from the Smithsonian`s Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Knoll, Inc. is aligned with the U.S. Green Building Council and the Canadian Green Building Council and can help organizations achieve the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) workplace certification. Knoll, Inc. is the founding sponsor of the World Monuments Fund Modernism at Risk program.
David E. Bright