Item No. 100525684
Designed by Richard Schultz

1966 Contour Chaise

Item No. 100525684
Designed by Richard Schultz

1966 Contour Chaise


Elegantly shaped to comfortably support the human form, Richard Schultz’s contour chaise lounge has been beckoning people to relax on patios, porches, and poolside around the world since 1966. More Details
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1966 Contour Chaise

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In the late 1950s, Richard Schultz received an envelope filled with rusted bolts from Florence Knoll, who was spending time at her Florida home. She tasked Schultz with the job of designing elegant outdoor furniture that could withstand corrosive sea air, season after season. Introduced in March 1966, the Leisure Collection, now called the 1966 Collection, was described by Schultz as “a breath of fresh air” for modernists. “Outdoor chairs should be enhanced by the elements,” he said. “Wind, sun, and rain should pass freely through, and they should breathe.” And breathe they do, all these years later.
Richard Schultz
1966 Collection
General Dimensions
  • 33¾" H 24½" W 58" D
Product Weight
32 lbs
Comes fully assembled
1-year warranty (terms and conditions may vary)
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1966 Contour Chaise

1966 Contour Chaise

  • Height (in): 33¾
  • Width (in): 24½
  • Depth (in): 58
  • Weight (lbs): 32
  • Seat Height (in): 13
  • Cast and extruded aluminum frame
  • Weather-resistant polyester powder-coated finish
  • Woven vinyl-coated polyester mesh
  • Pure vinyl straps and Teflon® thread
  • Stainless steel supports and connectors
  • Clear plastic floor glides

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Richard Schultz

Richard Schultz

Richard Schultz was an integral part of the Knoll story, beginning in 1951 when he was hired to assist Harry Bertoia on the development and production of his wire chairs. This led to a position in the Design Development Group, where he designed many elegant collections for outdoor living—the first of which was designed for Florence Knoll’s seaside Florida home.

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