Florence Knoll Two Seater Sofa

Inspired by Florence Knoll


Streamlined and elegant, this Florence Knoll double seater sofa will elevate your space. First designed in 1954, this piece has remained in fashion for over five decades. Its minimalist design offers comfort and style in one luxury piece. The Danish wool upholstery and polished stainless steel legs provide a striking mix of natural and industrial materials.

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Product Dimensions

W158 cm x D83 cm x H82 cm

Seat Height

46 cm


48 kg


W160 cm x D83 cm x H63 cm

No. of Cartons



Danish Wool

Base Material

Polished stainless steel




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1 review for Florence Knoll Two Seater Sofa

  1. Ray H.

    A great buy, no problems at all.

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Designer Profile
Inspired by Florence Knoll

Renowned architect and furniture designer, Florence Knoll, studied under Mies van der Rohe and Eliel Saarinen. She later became a protégé of Eliel’s son, Eero Saarinen, and went on to marry Hans Knoll. Together Hans and Florence Knoll founded Knoll Associates with the goal of revolutionising interior design.

Their principals were founded on the theory of ‘total design’ which embraced interior design, architecture, manufacturing and textiles as one complete entity.

Florence Knoll is famous for transforming office interiors by bringing modernist design into office spaces, as well as her space-saving innovations which continue to be used today. Knoll has received many awards for her designs including the National Medal of Arts award from the National Endowment for the Arts in 2002.