Knoll Pollock Executive 1258 Suede Leather Side Arm Chair
Charles Pollock worked in George Nelson’s office after receiving a bachelor’s degree in industrial design from Pratt Institute. In addition to his work for Knoll, he has designed chairs for Thonet and Castelli. He is also a recipient of many awards including Pratt Institute`s 1991 Excellence by Design Award.
Base> Stainless Steel Cap Over Steel Armature
Upholstery> Polyurethane and Polyester Thick Tufted beige suede leather over Plastic Shell with Aluminum Waterfall Front Frame Ebonized Arm Rests
Charles Pollock`s 1965 executive chair, now considered one of Knoll`s most memorable designs, features an aluminum rim that supports the chair both structurally and visually
Seat Height> 17″