Whether it's new furniture from the most exciting names in architecture and design, reintroductions of classic pieces from the Knoll portfolio, or expanding available finishes, our online offering is always growing.
Modular and linear, with a visually light structure that blends into any setting, Avio skillfully balances spatial relationships and proportions. The sofa combines functional and aesthetic poise by contrasting the slim structural framework with the substantial volume of the upholstery. Various seating and table combinations are supported by a modular leg system.
True to the Knoll ethos, the KN Collection is a family of lounge chairs that navigates seamlessly between residential and workplace applications. The collection combines a nuanced sense of proportion with exquisite detailing in Lissoni’s signature refined aesthetic.
We're reintroducing two coffee tables designed by Lewis Butler, one of the first designers who came to Knoll specifically to work for the Planning Unit—Florence Knoll's revolutionary design consultancy devoted to interiors. His tables reflect Florence's attention to detail and design sensibility, taking simple forms and refining them to perfection.
The Saarinen Executive is now available at bar and counter heights, bringing new opportunities – and new heights – to the classic design.
We've also added hundreds of new upholstery options to the entire Saarinen collection, including classic woven fabrics, luxurious velvets, sophisticated leathers and exciting colors. Fully upholstered Tulip Chairs are also available online for the first time!
Jens Risom designed furniture throughout the course of his life with the same credo that dictated his 1942 collection with Knoll: flexibility, economy and comfort are all paramount to good design. Three-quarters of a century later, selected pieces of the Risom Collection have been reimagined for the outdoors in the same spirit with which they were originally created.
Introducing the Newson Aluminum Chair by Marc Newson. Inspired by the past, ready for the future. The design, defined by a single uninterrupted line, looks just as much to the past, with its cantilevered form inspired by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Tugendhat Chair, as it does to the future, with its minimal use of parts, complex casting methods and innovative knit mesh.