The 1966 series by Richard Schultz was a pioneer of modern outdoor furniture. The adjustable lounger from a series by Knoll ensures that it is also possible to dine stylishly outside.
The furniture in the 1966 series was initially created after a request from Florence Knoll. Richard Schultz was asked to create durable furniture, which would also withstand salty seaside air. Thus the American designed the 1966 series of furniture that wasn’t only resistant, but also trend-setting for later tastes.
With its adjustable back, wheels for easy transport and fabric covering, the adjustable Knoll 1966 lounger provides sitting and lying comfort and invites you to relax in the sun.
- Features: the 1966 seating collection by Richard Schultz includes an armchair, a chair without armrests, a lounge chair and two loungers.
- Construction: powder-coated aluminium frame, stainless steel joints, plastic glides
- Surfaces: polyester upholstery with vinyl fabric cover