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  • Matthew Hilton Eos Chaise Lounge
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    Matthew Hilton Eos Chaise Lounge
    When we asked Matthew Hilton to identify the common elements found in his work, he replied, “Functional, stackable, it has to store easily and be a good price.” Fast-forward to today, and he’s still staying true to those ideals. Seeing a need for durable outdoor furniture at accessible prices, Hilton created the Eos Collection (2011), which is lightweight – literally and visually – smartly proportioned and very comfortable. Certain to inspire leisurely outdoor living, this collection was named for Eos, the Greek goddess of dawn and bringer of light. It’s constructed of powder-coated aluminum that stands up to sun and rain. The comfortable sling seat on the Chaise is made of all-weather Textilene®, a mold-, mildew- and UV-resistant material. Two discreet wheels make it easy to follow the sun, or shade, or cute lifeguard… Made in China.
  • Richard Schultz 1966 Collection® Adjustable Chaise Lounge
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    Richard Schultz 1966 Collection® Adjustable Chaise Lounge
    Craving furniture that could stand up to the salty environment of her seaside home in Florida, Florence Knoll called on Richard Schultz to create “a decent set of outdoor furniture made out ofthat won’t rust or corrode.” That was in 1962, and Schultz spent the next four years designing his refined 1966 Collection, originally known as the Knoll Leisure Collection. At a time when most outdoor furniture was stamped out of metal with backrests shaped like bouquets of flowers, the 1966 Collection brought the clean lines and balanced proportions of indoor modern furniture to outdoor living. In the years since its debut, the collection has been re-engineered to take advantage of modernlike Teflon® thread. In creating the 1966 Collection, Schultz satisfied Florence Knoll’s request for outdoor furniture that lasts, and many of the sets purchased 50 years ago are still being enjoyed today. The 1966 Collection is included in the permanent collection at MoMA. This is the authentic 1966 Chaise Lounge by Knoll. Made in U.S.A. The large wheels can spin at different speeds thanks to their differential axles, making the 1966 Adjustable Chaise easy to move. This chaise adjusts from fully flat to four angles of recline.
  • Richard Schultz 1966 Collection® Contour Chaise Lounge
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    Richard Schultz 1966 Collection® Contour Chaise Lounge
    Craving furniture that could stand up to the salty environment of her seaside home in Florida, Florence Knoll called on Richard Schultz to create “a decent set of outdoor furniture made out ofthat won’t rust or corrode.” That was in 1962, and Schultz spent the next four years designing his refined 1966 Collection, originally known as the Knoll Leisure Collection. At a time when most outdoor furniture was stamped out of metal with backrests shaped like bouquets of flowers, the 1966 Collection brought the clean lines and balanced proportions of indoor modern furniture to outdoor living. In the years since its debut, the collection has been re-engineered to take advantage of modernlike Teflon® thread. In creating the 1966 Collection, Schultz satisfied Florence Knoll’s request for outdoor furniture that lasts, and many of the sets purchased 50 years ago are still being enjoyed today. The 1966 Collection is included in the permanent collection at MoMA. This is the authentic 1966 Contour Chaise by Knoll. Made in U.S.A.
  • Harry Bertoia Bertoia Asymmetric Chaise with Seat Pad
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    Harry Bertoia Bertoia Asymmetric Chaise with Seat Pad
    With his iconic seating collection, Harry Bertoia transformed industrial wire rods into a new furniture form. The events that made this work possible began a decade earlier at Cranbrook Academy of Art when Bertoia met Florence Knoll (then Florence Schust). Years later, the Italian-born designer was invited to work for Florence and her husband Hans Knoll. Bertoia was given the freedom to work on whatever suited him, without being held to a strict design agenda, and the result of this arrangement was the Bertoia Seating Collection (1952). Featuring a delicate filigreed appearance that’s supremely strong, these airy seats are sculpted out of steel rods. In his art, Bertoia experimented with open forms and metal work, and these chairs were an extension of that work. “If you look at the chairs, they are mainly made of air, like sculpture,” said Bertoia. “Space passes through them.” After designing his seating collection, Bertoia returned to focusing mostly on sculpture. This is the authentic Bertoia Asymmetric Chaise produced by Knoll. The Knoll logo is stamped into its base. Chaise made in Italy; seat pad made in U.S.A. This masterpiece of midcentury experimental design remained a prototype for more than 50 years. Knoll brought it into production in 2005. The White frame can be used outdoors with limited exposure to the elements. The Chrome frame is not for outdoor use. Seat pad is secured to chair with metal snaps.
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