Evolution By Parker Knoll

Parker Knoll established in 1869, has nearly been around as long as we have. Similarly, to us their ability to adapt and evolve with the times has contributed to their longevity. Along with their commitment to outstanding quality, supreme comfort and design excellence. “Evolution features clean lines, cool colours and luxurious finishes”.

When I first set my eyes on Evolution at the January Furniture Show, I’ll admit I was slightly shocked. It felt like such a jump from their previous collections with its contemporary design. However, both me and Dominic were very impressed, not just with the design but with the functionality of the product. We currently have two ranges on the floor the Lytham and the Birkdale.

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The Birkdale
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The Lytham

Parker Knoll describes it as “the art of movement”. Each range has adjustable headrests to suit the individual to achieve your perfect seating position, which comes in handy if you want to put your feet up but also want to watch TV comfortably. Each range has the option of motion, controlled by a two-button power recliner control. As standard, the control comes with a USB port, which is very useful for being able to continue using your devices from the comfort of your seat without having to worry about its battery life.

The range also includes chairs and stools to compliment the ranges. The Statesmen chair (opposite), which was extremely popular when it first launched in 1969, has made a comeback and is still recognised around the world as a design classic. Parker Knoll continue to use similar techniques to offer the same level of comfort as the original.

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The Statesman Chair 

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