Knoll

Knoll furniture was founded in New York in 1938 by Hans Knoll. In 1943, Florence Schust, a young designer, met with Hans and while complimentary about his designs, stated that she could do better.

Rather than take offence, Hans decided that if that was the case then she should work for him and employed her on the spot. By 1946 they were married and when Hans Knoll died in a car accident in Cuba in 1955, Florence Knoll took over responsibility for running the company. Today Knoll has showrooms and dealers in major international cities.

Relationship

K2 Space is proud to be one of a small number of approved and trusted Knoll and Knoll Studio dealers in the UK, while our office is within walking distance of Knoll’s London showroom in Clerkenwell. We have worked together on numerous projects furnishing workplaces for clients like Latham & Watkins, Squire Patton Boggs and Wells Fargo.

Knoll Furniture Products

Knoll furniture products such as the Barcelona Chair and the Florence Knoll benches have gained iconic status and are visible in corporate offices worldwide and also the big screen, including in James Bond, Mad Men and Suits.

Need help?

As a trusted Knoll furniture dealer, we have access to the entire Knoll catalogue and can help you to order pieces at the most competitive prices. Get in touch and speak to one of our team about your Knoll requirements


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