Comfort meets sophistication in the Knoll chair. Offering the ergonomics of a sofa, but maintaining an open frame, the Knoll sports plush cushioning, comfortable arm rests, and an accessible design for stylists.
Takara Belmont utilized science to improve the human experience by designing a chair that is in-tune with not only the customer’s posture and form, but also the stylist’s need for free and open workspace around a styling chair. The perfect use of contoured cushions, combined with the spherical form of the chair, create the ideal experience for the customer without sacrificing maneuverability for the stylist.
The design of the chair was inspired by the traditional Japanese “Teri-Mukuri” – a rounded arch characterized by smooth lines of recessed (teri) and projected (mukuri) areas. These areas are integrated to create within the G90 series in order to create a sense of tenderness and security, but with a modern approach inherent to the design of the chair.