Offering four original Knoll International task arm chairs. Designed by Bill StephensBill Stephens started at Knoll as an assistant prototype builder after his graduation from the Philadelphia Museum School of Art. He first tried to make a cane chair on a minimal frame without success. He then changed the seat to a plastic shell that, when connected to the frame, formed a total structure; with this design innovation, the 1305U chair was born. It was originally designed for installation at the Yale School of Architecture student center. Knoll Bent Wood Task Chair Date of Design: 1970 Date of Manufacture.
Height: 31.4 in.
Width: 24 in.
Depth: 24 in
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