The Heritage Collection celebrates 75 years of Knoll Textiles with eight archive-inspired textiles that continue to evolve the modernist tradition.
Through innovative materials, next-generation technology, and updated end-uses, the new collection reimagines historic Knoll Textiles classics—resulting in a stunning array of high-performance upholstery, drapery, and wallcoverings in sophisticated palettes.
Homage celebrates Knoll Textiles’ history of creating exaggerated textures with a hand-crafted aesthetic. The upholstery is the fusion of archival contributions, with individual patterns and textures collaged together as a study of eight unique weave structures bound with a chunky boucle accent color.
Rivers is a bold upholstery fabric that features a full-width, nonrepeating organic pattern of multicolor stripes. Digital printing technology enhances the fabric’s watercolor effect, creating a masterpiece of color blending within each stripe.
Prestini captures the essence of the original fabric designed by Toni Prestini in 1947 while using materials that meet modern performance requirements. This bleach cleanable upholstery has a rich color effect and interesting texture achieved by using novelty yarn in a simple weave structure.
Aurora is a menswear-inspired upholstery that incorporates a playful twist with multicolored yarn that sparkles ever so slightly in the light.
Filigree is a drapery that appears as delicate as its original 1965 design, but offers more substantial weight and durability. The new Filigree has an expanded palette, including three usable neutrals, plus persimmon red, and cornflower blue.
Kerry is a refined wool, silk, and linen drapery that embraces its natural contents and shows a beautiful slub texture. Loosely inspired by Evelyn Hill’s Kerry Linen, the updated drapery leans into rich jewel tones with yarns that enrich colors beautifully.
Campagna Wall is a high-performance, PVC-free wallcovering with a hand-drawn, large-scale geometric pattern of concentric rectangles. The ground has a subtle texture with a watercolor wash and a linen emboss that captures the natural appearance of the original screen-printed linen drapery designed by Angelo Testa in 1947.
Firenze is a high-performance interpretation of an archive 1985 silk and linen specialty panel fabric. Subtle striations and color variations in the yarns give this bleach cleanable wallcovering a natural fiber appearance.