Service Wall

Tame Technology.

Reconciling the flexible-but-wired paradox of the modern office, Service Wall delivers a more flexible alternative to panel systems to better support change and manage technology. Service Wall is a high-performance spine that delivers unsurpassed power and data management to accommodate growing technology demands while simultaneously allowing for easy workspace reconfiguration. Service Wall delivers the presence and scale of an architectural wall, yet can be planned and reconfigured like an office system. 

Service Wall integrates with all Knoll systems, new or installed, to add advanced technology management capabilities and greater planning flexibility. Service Wall also integrates with non-Knoll systems to deliver a cost-effective performance upgrade.

Available in three distinct horizons, Service Wall can be fitted with a variety of cover options, add-up screens and up-mounted storage to satisfy a range of functional and aesthetic needs.


ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT. Service Wall delivers convenient access to power and data anywhere, including lounge areas and corridors. Power outlets can be positioned above or below worksurface height and can be easily moved as needs change. Extensive cable distribution with removable covers makes upgrades and expansions quick and affordable.


SPINE-BASED PLANNING FLEXIBILITY. Reconfigure workstations, add storage and privacy elements and expand power and data capacity with ease. Service Wall creates a central spine around which freestanding or wall-mounted components can be planned and re-planned. An ideal solution for delivering power and data to height-adjustable tables, mobile tables and Activity Spaces.


UNIVERSAL INTEGRATION. Service Wall integrates with all Knoll products, including systems, height-adjustable tables and freestanding storage elements.  A wide range of cover and component options accommodates a range of budgets and styles. Service Wall also integrates with non-Knoll products to improve technology management and increase planning flexibility. 


  • color Painted Steel
  • color Laminate
  • color Veneer
  • color Upholstered
  • color Tackable Upholstered
  • color Markerboard
  • color Slatwall
  • color Cable Tray
  • color Bright White - Smooth
  • color Pumice - Smooth
  • color Soft Grey - Smooth
  • color Folkstone Grey - Smooth
  • color Sandstone - Smooth
  • color Medium Grey - Smooth
  • color Dark Grey - Smooth
  • color Brown - Smooth
  • color Jet Black - Smooth

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Sustainable Design

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Environmental Certification
  • BIFMA level™ 3 certified
  • Available with an FSC® certified claim
  • GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®
  • Can contribute to LEED® certification for Existing Buildings, Commercial Interiors and New Construction
Sustainable Design
  • 20-30% recycled content steel
  • 70-100% recycled content aluminum
  • 100% recycled content particleboard
  • Steel and aluminum components recyclable
  • Powder coating, water-based adhesives, and UV-cured wood coatings are virtually VOC-free


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At the time of its introduction, the Currents Service Wall represented a revolutionary and unprecedented approach to office system design. Robert Reuter explained its origins in an interview with Knoll historian Brian Lutz:

“The idea for Currents came out of an understanding that work patterns were changing and evolving, that most of the office systems out there were created before computers and that there were new levels of adjustment, flexibility and enclosure required in the office that could no longer be simply ‘Band-Aided’ onto an existing product. It was truly time for a new product with a new approach…Currents was a game-changing product.”

The success of Currents was due in large part to the high quality market survey and in depth research, conducted by Douglas Reuter, which informed the design brief. Robert Retuer recalled: “Currents was the most well-supported, well-managed, well-researched and well-directed product initiative that Knoll had ever done.”

Rozier and Reuter returned to Knoll in 2001 to revisit and update Currents. Adding Fence as well as additional freestanding elements, the pair enhanced and expanded the system, making it more flexible and cost-effective. The logic of Currents has made its way into other Knoll systems; the Service Wall was incorporated into the AutoStrada product line, while an adapted version of Fence was introduced with Antenna Workspaces.