Knoll, faithful to its commitment to ensuring continuity with the classic styling begun with the series of modular sofas designed by the American designer Charles Pfister in 1971, presents the Gould Sofa collection, a project by Piero Lissoni inspired by America. Interpreted in three versions, which differ in size (226, 320 and 412 cm) but with unchanged depth and height, Gould fits perfectly into modern settings with a minimal-chic taste. It is refined and informal at the same time, designed to satisfy the natural desire for relaxation. To complete the possible compositions, a chaise longue has been added to the collection.
Gould is a sofa rich in technological and sartorial content, reflecting the way research and craftsmanship have always been part of the company's genetic heritage. It can be upholstered in fabric or leather and the panels that form its supporting structure can be finished in chestnut wood. This is how Piero Lissoni revealed its compositional matrix: “The outcome is a being with a New York soul and a Milanese spirit. The cushions are comfortable, soft and informal; the structure containing them is taut, clearly perceptible, direct. An evolution of this sofa displays the exposed chestnut wood structure. A sort of small displacement: at a certain point it elegantly reveals its inner being.”