Designed for Florence Knoll by Richard Schultz, the Adjustable Chaise Longue makes up part of the iconic 1966 collection, created specifically for its durability against outdoor coastal conditions.
A renowned signature piece, the 1966 Adjustable Chaise Longue is considered a classic design, and is featured in the New York Museum of Modern Art’s permanent design collection.
Crafted from a sturdy aluminium frame finished with a weather-resistant powder coating, the structure of the chaise is covered by a woven polyester mesh, completed with a vinyl finish for superior durability. The result is a design with longevity and style, the perfect addition to Knoll’s Florida seaside home.
Having withstood the test of time, the 1966 entire collection is now seen as an iconic selection of furniture designs. With an adjustable head rest and wheels for ease of transportation, the contemporary and stylish features of the Adjustable Chaise Longue offer supreme comfort alongside longevity and durability, making it the ultimate choice to accent an array of outdoor spaces.