Florence Knoll Style Furniture
An architect turned furniture designer Florence Knoll was born in 1917 in Saginaw, Michigan. She explored the furniture-making industry from 1936 to 1937 but left as World War II was spreading. After marrying Hans Knoll in 1946 she moved from being an architect to being a furniture designer and founded Knoll's furniture. Many of her designs were highly revered and celebrated because of her attention to detail and eye for proportion. Her great command of modern aesthetics has brought about many legendary legacies like tables, desks, chairs, sofas, benches, and stools. Her architectural training and interest were merely reflected in her designs. Sleek silhouettes and geometries were the distinctive features of Knoll’s design. In 1965, Knoll retired from the company but her contributions to the rise of modernism in America, are immeasurable. Please note, that all content and products we offer are in the style of the designs from the 1920s to 1970s and are not to be considered licensed products. Any descriptive content throughout this website is purely for educational purposes only and does not form a part of associations with any trademarks. Our product shape and design are to encompass, aesthetic and organic designs from that genre. All products you see on the website are the products you will receive no library photos or adaptations.