Attractive options: New collection by Barber Osgerby for Knoll

Designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby of Barber Osgerby created a series of tables and stools based on the tripod, as well as a series of lounge furniture for Knoll

Available in fixed height and adjustable versions, the stools come in black, gray, white and red coral with seats in black, aluminum, teal and ebonized ash. A coordinating table measures over 21 inches in height and 16 inches in diameter.

The lounge collection offers an armchair, ottoman, and several different-sized sofas. Included in the collection is an asymmetric sofa, with its variously sized cushions. All lounge pieces have signature legs in chrome or painted finishes like red or black lacquer.

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Knoll manufactures seating, office systems, files and storage, tables and desks, wood casegoods and accessories. It also maintains healthcare and education divisions, as well as KnollExtra, which designs technology and media products; and KnollTextiles, which manufactures fabrics.

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