Model 65 Slipper Lounge Chairs by Florence Knoll for Knoll, Set of 2
Florence Knoll for Knoll International
Design: 1960s | Manufactured: 1960s
Who doesn’t want these amazing Florence Knoll Slipper Chairs (model 65) in their living room. The design is typical Mid Century Modern. The lines are clean there and is a lot of detail in how the cushions are made. The linen fabric in Tiffany turquoise color by Pierre Frey gives it a natural feel and look. These particular chairs were made by De Coene in Belgium (they had a license for manufacturing of Knoll furniture in Europe).
Florence Knoll was an American architect and designer credited with bringing modernist design to office interiors. She and her husband built Knoll Associates into a leader in furniture and interior design. She didn’t view her designs as standalone items but as pieces of a holistic interior design. Her modernist aesthetic was known for clean lines and geometric shapes. Still popular today not only in public spaces but in residential interiors as well.