Florence Knoll Sofa (2-seater) - Replica

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Description

  • Modernist design from 1954
  • Sleek and comfortable
  • High-grade materials

Florence Knoll Sofa (2-seater) - Replica

The strong, cubic form of the 2-seater sofa by Florence Knoll is an elegant addition to any modern space. It is made of the highest quality materials and the deep cushions make it extremely comfortable. The iconic design appears on the popular BBC series “The Apprentice,” providing a sophisticated flair to the program’s setting. Designed in 1954, the angular, sleek profile of the 2-seater sofa is a functional complement to any style-led environment.

We produce the iconic piece in a high-grade cashmere, classic leather or premium leather in a variety of colours. The legs are made of stainless steel.

Additional Information

SKU 1260
Height 80 cm
Width 155 cm
Depth 82 cm
Height of Seat 42 cm

About the Designer

Florence K.

Florence K.

Famed for her architecture and modern furniture designs, Florence Knoll achieved huge commercial success with her minimalist yet interactive style. Born in Saginaw, Michigan in 1917, Knoll graduated from Kingswood School before studying at the Cranbrook Academy of Art. In 1941, the American designer briefly worked with and became influenced by the leaders of the Modernist Bauhaus movement.
Florence Knoll felt architects should naturally contribute their design ability to furniture, a relationship which is evident throughout her works. Knoll’s American interpretation of minimalism created furniture pieces that became design icons of the 20th century.


The interior of the CBS Building in New York City stands as one her crowning projects, whilst Knoll’s furniture has exhibited on numerous occasions at MoMA. In 2002, the American designer was awarded with the prestigious National Medal of Arts, recognition as one of the most outstanding designers of her generation.