Knoll Spring Sale: 15% off Richard Schultz Collection

Knoll Spring Sale: 15% off Richard Schultz Collection


The Knoll Spring Sale: Richard Schultz Collection

You know great outdoor furniture when you see it, more than likely – and the Knoll Spring Sale features some of the world’s finest. The Richard Schultz Collection is 15% off today through May 24th. Through this sale, you’ll be able to outfit your patio with furniture that won design awards upon its introduction (the Petal Table), that Florence Knoll herself commissioned for her personal use (the 1966 Lounge Chair), and that MoMA has deemed worthy of exhibit (the entire collection).

Petal Coffee Table and 1966 Lounge Chair

The Petal Coffee Table and 1966 Lounge Chair create a seamless and beautiful patio setting.

Petal Dining Table

The Petal Table is made up of eight “petals” supported by graceful, sturdy cast aluminum brackets.
I think it couldn’t have been any more attractively designed – especially for outdoor use.

Bertoia Side Chair and Petal Dining Table

Richard Schultz’s affinity for the work of Harry Bertoia – which assisted with – is evident in this
pairing of the Bertoia Side Chair and Schultz’s Petal Table.

1966 Collection Chaise Lounge

Poolside or on the lawn; on an expansive deck or screened front porch; with a daiquiri or
good old-fashioned lemonade – the 1966 Collection Chaise Lounge is the definition of
summertime comfort.

A word about the designer

After studying mechanical engineering and design, Richard Schultz assisted none other than Harry Bertoia. After that collaboration, Schultz produced numerous award-winning furniture designs of his own both with Knoll and as a freelancer after leaving Knoll in 1972. His most famous works in the Knoll collection are the Petal Table and 1966 Collection of outdoor furniture. Schultz’s studio was recently acquired by Knoll, making it possible for the re-issue of his classic pieces by the company with which he began his illustrious career. Check out his work at the Knoll Spring Sale today!

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