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Office Set - Maison Knoll - Period: XXth - Circa: 1965 - 1975

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Office Set - Maison Knoll - Period: XXth - Circa: 1965 - 1975

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Sublime office set from Knoll, composed of a desk with chromed steel legs, a glass top and two small oak cabinets with one drawer, as well as a magnificent armchair composed of a sled base and armrests in stainless steel, and a seat and backsplash in smoked plexiglass, enhanced by two cushions made from patterned skin specially commissioned by the Haute Couture house Chanel.

Period: XXth
Circa: 1965 - 1975
Desk dimensions with tray: Height: 74cm x W: 200cm x D: 90,5cm
Armchair dimensions: Height: 84cm
                                    Seat height: 41cm - Seat depth: 44cm
                                    Backrest height: 54cm

By creating the revolutionary Knoll Planning Unit, Florence Knoll set the standards for modern interiors in postwar American societies. 

Drawing on her architectural background, she introduced modern notions of efficiency, spatial planning and overall office planning design. 
Florence ardently argued that she did not simply decorate the space. But she created it. 

The planning unit rigorously researched and interviewed each client, assessing their needs, defining their usage patterns and understanding corporate hierarchies, before presenting an overall design, informed by the principles of modernism and beautifully executed. by the signature Knoll style. 

Florence and the planning unit were responsible for the interiors of some of America's largest corporations, including IBM, GM, and CBS.

As part of her work Florence frequently contributed to the design of furniture for the Knoll catalog. 
His contributions for Knoll are immeasurable.

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