The Knoll Florence Settee offers significant advantages in comfort and sophistication. Designed by Florence Knoll, one of the main figures in the development of Knoll, the Knoll Divina Settee stands proudly as a paragon to everything that the company represents.
|Height||31 1/4'' H|
|Width||62 1/2'' W|
|Depth||34 1/4'' D|
|Seat height||23 1/2'' H|
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The Knoll Florence Settee is available in your choice of polished chrome or satin chrome frame finish.
Mariner textiles offer a low-cost, robust fabric option available in your choice of bold colors. Weave structure gives it good depth and texture, suited for home or office seating.
Presto is a mildly textured crepe polyester fabric option, with fresh, unobtrusive color options.
Woven from 100% recycled polyester, post-consumer and post-industrial, Alignment textiles offers an environmentally viable, heavy-duty fabric choice that is durable and easy to clean.
Common Ground is one of the most resilient fabrics in the Knoll Textile catalog. Made with a tight grid weave to repel soiling and staining, we recommend it for highly trafficked areas.
A classic wool billiard cloth available in unassuming tones, Bank Shot gives your upholstery a timeless look and a cozy feel.
Field Day uses boucle and chenile yarns for a textured look and soft hand. Choose from a diverse color palette.
Get the best of all worlds with this fabric. Vibrant, made from 80% recycled polyester, and resistant to wear, Ricochet makes a practical and attractive choice for upholstery.
Knoll Vinyl features a real vinyl face, with cotton and polyester backing. Choose from a selection of neutrals and bright primary colors.
Calling to mind a long tradition of hand-woven upholstery textiles, with its rich, nubby texture, Classic Boucle, with choices such as Aegean and Cayenne, gives a bold kick of color to any upholstery.
Japanese-made Transition textiles were originally designed for wall coverings, but have been modified for upholstery. Enjoy this textured polyester fabric in a variety of serene color options.
Circa textiles represent a return to clean, saturated color. This plush solid fabric with its blend of polyester, cotton and viscose was dreamed up in Italy.
Featuring small planets (or satellites) of color set against a solid background, made with a blend of polyester and rayon, Satellite fabrics offer good resilience and add a quirky look to upholstery.
Cavalier textiles, inspired by mens fashion from the 1960s, is a 100% wool sateen available in a host of stark color options.
A deceptively simple three-color geometric weave, Harrison is available in a number of fashionable textile options. Made in the United Kingdom.
Cuddle Cloth is a rarity in textile circles: a plush hand and warm texture, almost blanket-like. Borrowing the idea of heathered boucle yarn from the apparel industry, this is a light to medium duty fabric made with rayon, wool, cotton and nylon.
A reversible plush made from polyester boucle and acrylic chenille yarn, Haze has been cross-dyed to create its distinctively beautiful "hazy" aesthetic.
UltraSuede represents the premier microfiber in the marketplace. It looks great and offers heavy-duty resilience.
Reminiscent of classic Knoll Textiles, Arno is comprised of two colors of specially twisted wool yarn, set in a simple weave to create a unique grid pattern. Made from wool and nylon.
Cato textiles, with its exaggerated weave texture, recalls traditional hand weaving methods. Iconic in textile circles, Cato is made from a blend of 86% wool and 14% rayon.
George Costanza said he wished it was socially acceptable to drape yourself in velvet. Well, here's your chance. Enjoy this extensive line of Knoll Velvet textile options.
Finished cowhide, corrected grain and raised texture
Water-repellent finished cowhide, corrected grain, slightly raised texture
Smooth, tight grain cowhide, breathable, protective finish, enhanced grain
Smooth, tight and full grain cowhide with a breathable protective finish
Embossed shrunken grain cowhide with protective finish, full grain
Grain-sueded cowhide, smooth suede grain with soil resistant treatment
Full aniline, special oils provide a very elegant and supple hand
Florence Knoll is an American architect and designer of the Knoll Florence Bench. Along with her husband, Hans Knoll, she established the legendary company. Florence Knoll studied extensively under Eero Saarinenen and developed revolutionary ideas about "total design" -- the process of incorporating all aspects of design including manufacturing, graphics, advertising, presentation, architecture, use of space and textiles, under a unified banner. In 2002, Florence Knoll was presented with the National Endowment for the Arts' National Medal of Arts.