KN Collection by Knoll – KN06

Designed by Piero Lissoni, 2020

The KN Collection now expands with KN06, a seating collection based on understated design and stylistic refinement. Available in a range of variations, KN06 can be inserted perfectly in any setting, from a modern, refined living room to a luxurious lounge area.

KN Collection by Knoll – KN06 by Piero Lissoni
  • KN Collection by Knoll – KN06 by Piero Lissoni
  • KN Collection by Knoll – KN06 by Piero Lissoni
  • KN Collection by Knoll – KN06 by Piero Lissoni
  • KN Collection by Knoll – KN06 by Piero Lissoni
  • KN Collection by Knoll – KN06 by Piero Lissoni
  • KN Collection by Knoll – KN06 by Piero Lissoni
  • KN Collection by Knoll – KN06 by Piero Lissoni
  • KN Collection by Knoll – KN06 by Piero Lissoni
  • KN Collection by Knoll – KN06 by Piero Lissoni



The formal feature of KN06 is the perfect unity of the seating and structure, free of any irregularities. The shell is in fiberglass painted in glossy white or glossy black, or upholstered in fabric or leather. The seat and back in molded flexible polyurethane can also be covered in fabric or leather. The base with four legs in aluminium fusion is in a glossy finish or painted in glossy white or glossy black. Thanks to its image derived from a perfect blend of industrial and technological excellence, KN06 is a solution that will last in time, nimbly adapting to a myriad of contexts and uses. The collection calls for a wide range of materials and finishes, enhancing every creation while underscoring its modernist spirit.


Four legs Chair with a cast aluminium base in Polished finish or Painted in glossy white or glossy black colour. The outside shell of the chair is in fiberglass, painted in a glossy white or glossy black colour, or upholstered in fabric or leather.


Available in a wide range of fabrics and leathers.



KN Collection by Knoll – KN06

KN06: 56cm W x 63cm D x 79cm H

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The collaboration between Piero Lissoni and Knoll continues with the KN Collection, presented in new and different interpretations which represent the evolution of a program that began in 2018.

The KN04 chair, with more compact proportions, is ideal for completing domestic corners where relaxation is a style and perfectly coordinated with all the collections in the Knoll catalogue, where the elegant, sophisticated touch of Piero Lissoni generates an aesthetic of lightness that sets the tone of the entire KN family.

Rigor and purity, contemporary and functional design. A perfect combination that gives rise to a new aesthetic of living, capable of harmoniously tuning domestic environments and collective facilities, from waiting rooms to hotel lobbies. These contexts become the expression of personal identity, thanks to the expansion of the traditional codes of the home that open to incorporate multiple hybrids and infinite compositional possibilities.

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The architect, designer and art director Piero Lissoni (1956), after graduating from the Politecnico di Milano, founded the Milan based interdisciplinary studio Lissoni Associati in 1986 together with Nicoletta Canesi, developing architecture, interior and industrial design projects. Ten years later saw the opening of Graph.x, the graphics studio specializing in brand development and corporate identity. In 2013 it was the turn of Lissoni Architettura and in 2015 the New York based Lissoni Inc. was established, to follow the international market.
With its staff of 70, the studio develops architecture, interiors, design and graphics projects, including villas, residential complexes, offices, factories, theatres, restaurants and hotels, yachts, shops, retail areas, museum fit-outs, exhibition stands, furniture and lighting.
Piero Lissoni is art director of Alpi, Boffi, De Padova, Living Divani, Lema, Lualdi, Porro and Sanlorenzo for whom he designs a variety of products. Recognized as one of the masters of contemporary design, he works for many international brands including Alessi, Antrax, B&B, Bonacina1889, Cappellini, Cassina, Cotto, Fantini, Flos, Glas Italia, Golran, Illy, Janus et Cie, Kartell, Kerakoll, Knoll, Nerosicilia, Olivari, Salvatori, Tecno, Viccarbe.
Recently completed architectural projects include The Middle House for the Swire Hotels Group in Shanghai (2018), The Oberoi Al Zorah Beach Resort Ajman in the UAE (2017), Oceana Bal Harbour, the masterful 240-unit condominium in Miami (2017), Casa Fantini, an 11-room hotel on the shores of Lake Orta (2017), the Sanlorenzo SX88 yacht (2017), Roomers Hotel in Baden-Baden with 130 rooms and spa (2016), Conservatorium Hotel in Amsterdam (2012), Mamilla Hotel in Jerusalem (2009), the renovation of the historic Teatro Nazionale in Milan (2009) and the production headquarters of Fantini spa (2018), Kerakoll Design Lab (2014), Glas Italia (2010) and Living Divani (2007).
Current projects include the Hotel Park in Croatia, the Autograph Hotel and Residences in Budapest, SLS Lux Hotel and Residences in Washington D.C., the Miami Beach Ritz-Carlton Residences, apartments at 45 Park Place in New York, the Hilton Tbilisi hotel in Georgia and private villas in Amsterdam, New York and Mumbai.
Lissoni’s interest in the art world brought him to design a variety of temporary shows in Milan: the room for exhibitions at Bagatti Valsecchi Museum, inaugurated with “The triptych of Antonello da Messina” (2015) and recently featuring “The Museum of Innocence by Orhan Pamuk” (2018), the retrospective of the photographer Giovanni Gastel, curated by Germano Celant, at Palazzo della Ragione (2016), the anthology of the Renaissance painter “Bernardino Luini e i suoi Figli” at Palazzo Reale (2014). Fondazione Palazzo Te has inaugurated in Mantua the exhibition “Tiziano/Gerhard Richter- Heaven on earth ” where Piero Lissoni, with Lissoni Associati and Graph.x, has designed the installation, the project of visual identity and the catalogue to accompany the show (2018-2019).
Piero Lissoni has received a series of international awards, including the Good Design Award, the Red Dot Award and the Compasso d'Oro ADI; he is Board Member of the MAXXI National Museum in Rome, he is visiting professor and part of the Advisory Board at the Politecnico di Milano, he is Honorary Member of the Altagamma International Council.