Walter Knoll, 2008

During the development of the Threesixty upholstered furniture, the EOOS office served once again as a testing laboratory. In order to test the functionality of the swiveling seat elements, all EOOS meetings over a three-month period were held on a full-scale polystyrene model. What was the result? The contemporary translation of the seating system that originally came from the old

French furniture for conversation has proved itself successfully. Consisting of two cubic cushioning elements that swivel freely on their visible chrome axles, and a bar that is at the same time a backrest and a tray surface, Threesixty offers five options for how two people can sit next to each other, and innumerable possibilities for leaning on it, or lying, or lounging…

photos: Walter Knoll, EOOS

Walter Knoll