The 1966 series by Richard Schultz was the pioneer for modern outdoor furniture. The adjustable lounge chair out of the collection by Knoll ensures that it is also possible to dine stylishly outdoors.
The furniture pieces out of the 1966 series initially emerged by a demand of Florence Knoll. Richard Schultz was asked to create resistant furniture, which would also resist the salty air near the sea. This is how the American designed created a series of furniture pieces which wasn’t only resistant, but also trend-setting for later tastes: the 1966 series.
The fabric coated, adjustable Knoll 1966 lounge chair offers pleasant sitting and lying comfort and it invites for relaxing moments in the sun with its adjustable backrest and the wheels for an easy transport.
- Characteristics: The 1966 chairs collection by Richard Schultz include an armchair, a chair without armrests, a lounge chair and two loungers.
- Construction: Frame out of powder coated aluminium, joints out of stainless steel, plastic pads.
- Surfaces; Coating out of polyester coated with woven vinyl.