MultiGeneration by Knoll® High Task

MultiGeneration by Knoll® High Task

Keep the Conversation Moving®

MultiGeneration by Knoll® High Task is a simple, small-scale high task chair with a responsive, open design that allows you to fidget to focus. It encourages natural movement, allowing us to focus, interact and collaborate more effectively.

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Open Design

The full, curved back allows for upper body movement and supports the lower back for upright, interactive postures, while a gently contoured seat with rounded corners and a cantilevered arm design lets you shift positions easily. The arms feature contoured arm pads to lean against when side sitting.

 

Passive Flex

The flexing shell of the seat provides comfort and promotes natural movement without the need for a mechanism.

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Performance Back

The back of the chair, while visually simple, is designed for performance. The perforated back makes the chair more breathable than typical shell chairs. The rolled top edge serves as an armrest for side sitting and a handle for easy transport.

 

Details

ENVIRONMENTAL CERTIFICATION

  • BIFMA level® 3 certified

  • Rated Sustainable Gold under the SMaRT© Consensus Sustainable Product Standard

  • GREENGUARD and GREENGUARD Gold Certified

  • Can contribute to achieving U.S. Green Building Council LEED® credits

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN

  • Manufactured in East Greenville, PA using clean technologies at the Knoll LEED® Gold and ISO 14001 Certified Lubin Building

  • Constructed using minimal materials and is PVC-free

  • Powder coating and adhesives are virtually VOC-free

  • Recycled and recyclable content varies by model

AWARDS

  • Chicago Athenaeum, Good Design Award, 2010


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We'll contact you as soon as possible to discuss options, finishes and pricing.


For more details please visit Knoll.com

Antoine Gruson