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1966 Outdoor Chaise

1966 Outdoor Chaise

Designer: Richard Schultz
Manufacturer: Knoll
Designer: Richard Schultz

Initially designed for its durability, Richard Schultz's 1966 Outdoor Chaise marked a turning point for garden furniture design.

1966 Outdoor Chaise

Designer: Richard Schultz
Manufacturer: Knoll
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Initially designed for its durability, Richard Schultz's 1966 Outdoor Chaise marked a turning point for garden furniture design.

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One day in 1958, Richard Schultz received an envelope from Florence Knoll, who had recently retired to Florida. Inside were rusted bolts and a letter posing the question: “Why can’t we make a chair that actually works?”

The result was the Leisure Collection, defying classical furniture archetypes and appealing to the modern tastes of the time, while made to withstand the elements season after season.

The 1966 chaise is part of this collection, boasting a straightforward and aesthetic design that has seen it transcend the decades since its conception. Made of welded and cast aluminium with a durable powder-coating, its comfortable woven mesh seat is attached with concealed connectors, giving it a seamless and elegant finish.

  • L.193 x W.64.5 x H.36.5/91.5 cm.

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