The epitome of mid-century sophistication, Charles Pollock’s Executive Chair (1963) is scaled for comfort, able to inspire big ideas in an intuitively ergonomic seat. Pollock, who worked in George Nelson’s office after graduating from the Pratt Institute, was recognized by Florence Knoll for his unique talent. His Executive Chair is considered one of Knoll’s most recognizable designs, distinguished by an aluminum rim that supports the seat and back both visually and structurally. Manufactured by Knoll according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Made in U.S.A.
Waterfall seat edge and molded back contribute to enduring comfort.
Height-adjustable seat also swivels and tilts.
Available with or without arms.
Textured polypropylene shell; plastic arms; extruded aluminum frame; steel support under the cushion; tufted Spinneybeck® Volo leather upholstery; five-star base with casters.
H 31-36" W 26.25" D 28.25" Seat H 18-25" Arm H 24-30" H 31-36" W 23.5" D 28.25" Seat H 18-25"
Charles Pollock is best known for the Pollock Executive Chair, which was introduced in 1963 and is one of the most recognizable and successful office chairs ever. It became an instant sensation upon release, at a time when many corporate offices began to reflect a sleek, modern aesthetic. The chair is ingeniously constructed with an aluminum rim that structurally and visually unifies the tufted seat and back.