Florence Knoll humbly referred to her furniture designs as “meat and potatoes” — filler between the standout pieces of Bertoia, Mies, and Saarinen. 65 years later her furniture is anything but filler. Her attention to detail, eye for proportion, and command of the modern aesthetic resulted in some of the most celebrated furniture of the modern era.
On May 24, the legendary designer Florence Knoll celebrates her one hundredth birthday. This is her story.READ MORE
Florence Knoll's popular wire base stacking design makes a comeback after fifty years.READ MORE
As the design icon turns 100 this year, new products will be added to the Florence Knoll collection.READ MORE
Designed by Eero Saarinen and finished by Florence Knoll, the CBS tower is a granite testament to Knoll collaboration.READ MORE
Florence Knoll's painstaking revision process is documented in an early Knoll advertisement by Herbert Matter.READ MORE
Florence Knoll-designed showrooms from nine cities bear witness to her inimitable talent.READ MORE
Ten years later, we look back at Florence Knoll Bassett: Defining Modern at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.READ MORE
The Museum of Modern Art exhibition Designing Modern Women 1890–1990 includes furniture designs by Florence Knoll and Lella Vignelli as well as textile designs by Anni Albers and Eszter Haraszty.READ MORE
Florence Knoll: Designer. Modernist. Inspiration. Icon.