American furniture brand Knoll has put a 1960s armchair by designer Charles Pollock back into production, following his death last year.
The Pollock Arm Chair – also known as the 657 Sling-back Lounge – was designed by Charles Pollock in 1960 and originally manufactured by Knoll between 1964 and 1979. Its design features tubular steel legs with a polished chrome finish, which connect to cast-aluminium arms painted black.
Philadelphia-born Pollock died in a house fire last year, aged 83. His 1963 Executive Chair, also designed for Knoll, has become an iconic symbol of mid-20th century workplaces.