Florence Marguerite Knoll Bassett born to a baker on 24. May 1917 in Saginaw, Michigan as Florence Schust. Florence Knoll is an American architect and furniture designer who studied under Mies van der Rohe and Eliel Saarinen.
While at Kingswood, Florence befriended Eilel Saarinen and his whole family, whom she would later study under at Cranbrook. Knoll also received a bachelor's degree in architecture from the Armour Institute (now Illinois Institute of Technology) in 1941 and briefly worked with leaders of the Bauhaus movement, including Walter Gropius, Marcel Breuer, and the American modernist, Wallace K. Harrison.
Florence Knoll Credenza
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The iconic cabinet with six drawers designed by the American designer Florence Knoll for the company Knoll. The cabinet is a part of the 1961 complex design of the office furniture. Both estetically and with its high level of workmanship it is inspired by Mies van der Rohe. The cabinet is made of oak wood covered with palisander venner. In the designed office interior it served as the glove table therefore the top of the cabinet is covered by a marble board. The cabinet is in the original condition with nonfuctional locking system.