Knoll Schultz Adjustable Chaise Lounge 1966 Outdoor, Black designed by Richard Schultz
Richard Schultz in 1966
Blissful enjoyment and soaking up the sun in your garden or next to the pool, you do it in this 1966 lounge chair designed by Richard Schultz. The Adjustable Chaise Lounge is part of the 1966 Collection, which is regarded as the first modern outdoor furniture collection. The design was commissioned by Florence Knoll when she moved to Florida after she retired and was looking for outdoor furniture that could resist sea air, sand and salt. This timeless eye-catcher combines a modern design with optimal comfort in both the seating and lying position. Easy to move thanks to the wheels. What’s more, the high-quality mesh fabric is very easy to maintain. The 1966 Adjustable Chaise Lounge by Richard Schultz stands for top quality: frame is cast and extruded aluminium finished in weather resistant polyester powder coat. Upholstery: woven vinyl coated polyester mesh.
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