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Pfister Ottoman

Charles Pfister 1971

Charles Pfister 1971Charles Pfister designed his beautifully proportioned lounge collection in 1971. The timeless appeal and superb craftsmanship reflect his interest in "useful, sculptural, wonderfully constructed objects."

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Construction and Details
  • Cushions are fully upholstered. Double needled topstitching on leather upholstery and on thin solid textiles. Single needled topstitching on heavily ribbed fabrics and multicolor prints. No sag spring deck covered in black cotton textile
  • Cushions are foam core with polyester fiber wrap for a tight and tailored aesthetic
  • Frame is constructed in sections with a combination plywood/hardwood seat and back
  • Adjustable nylon glides included
  • Pfister Ottoman is certified Clean Air GOLD
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  • View Approved KnollTextiles
  • Available in a range of Spinneybeck® leathers
  • Available in petite version
  • Petite version available with casters and swivel tablet

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After earning a B.A. in Architecture from the University of California, Charles Pfister worked on the staff of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill’s interior design department for 15 years. It was during this period that he created the Pfister Lounge Collection for Knoll, with production beginning in 1971.

In 1981, he established his own firm with offices in San Francisco and London. Throughout his career, Pfister earned recognition for his work in interior design, graphics, product design, and architecture, completing multiple global projects, including the Royal Dutch Shell headquarters in The Hague, Deutsche Bank public spaces in Frankfurt, Citicorp headquarters in London, and the United Overseas Bank in Singapore.