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Knoll 3 seats bench - Black

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  • Knoll 3 seats  bench  Black image.
  • Knoll 3 seats  bench  Black image.
  • Knoll 3 seats  bench  Black image.

Knoll 3 seats bench - Black

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Designed to work with space rather than against it, the Knoll 2/3 Seater Bench characterised by the objective perfectionism of mid-20th century modern design and architecture. Initially designed by Florence Knoll for herself in 1954, As a part of a sofa range, two-seater, and a three-seater and armchair. Consistent with all of her designs, Florence Knoll's Bench has a sparse, geometric profile that reflects the rational design approach Florence learned from her mentor, Mies van der Rohe.

Knoll 3 seats  bench
Knoll 3 seats  bench


Update your space with this high-end style of Knoll 2/3 Seater Bench by Designer Editions. Made with a highly polished stainless steel base and solid internal wood frame, upholstered in your choice of wool, premium or standard leather. This beautiful and versatile piece is backed with a 5-year manufacturer’s warranty and is ideal for your entertaining and living toom comfort. A perfect addition to your unique space.


Knoll 3 seats  bench
  • Frame: Full corrected leather, Solid inside wood frame
  • Legs: Stainless Steel Base 1.5mm
  • Style: Celebrated Classic Design
  • Fabric: Standard Leather
  • Warranty: 5 Years
  • Assembly: Fully
  • Instructions: N/A
  • Care: Vacum
  • Clean: Dust / Leather Cleaner
  • Comment: Great as a pair
  • Fabric Ordering: Suggested
  • Dimension: Width 153cm, Depth 52cm, Height 44cm
  • Packing Dimension: Width 157cm, Depth 53cm, Height 45cm
  • CBM: 0.37  Product Weight: 19kg
Inspired By

Florence Knoll

An architect turned furniture designer Florence Knoll was born on 1917 in Saginaw, Michigan. She explored the furniture-making industry from 1936-1937 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 the 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 aesthetic 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 on the rise of modernism in America, are immeasurable.

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