Width: 66 cm / 26" | Depth: 70 cm / 27.6" | Height: 79 cm / 31.1" | Seating height: 48 cm / 18.9"
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These 12 executive chairs are a true classic hailing from the illustrious stable of manufacturer Knoll, designed in 1963 by the American designer Charles Pollock. An absolute master in creating office furniture that mainly served and still serves in executive rooms across the globe.
As Pollock described it himself, the so-called rim technology of an aluminum band around the chair holds the design together. Both structurally and visually. The five-star black-colored aluminum foot forms the basis for this chair. This specific variant is equipped with a soft shell and is fully covered in a classic black Knoll circa fabric.
The seat and back are buttons tufted and the foam is fully intact. The seating comfort of these chairs is legendary and is still considered unparalleled. It has a waterfall front and the armrests offer an additional amount of comfort and of course make it easy to reposition the chair.
The condition of the chairs is entirely in accordance with age and use. There are scratches and overall diffuse wear on the legs. The price mentioned is for the total set of 12 chairs.
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We offer world wide delivery. Free delivery for the Netherlands and Belgium.
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