The epitome of mid-century sophistication, Charles Pollock’s Executive Chair (1963) is scaled for comfort, able to inspire big ideas in an intuitively ergonomic seat. Pollock, who worked in George Nelson’s office after graduating from the Pratt Institute, was recognized by Florence Knoll for his unique talent. His Executive Chair is considered one of Knoll’s most recognizable designs, distinguished by an aluminum rim that supports the seat and back both visually and structurally. Manufactured by Knoll according to the original and exacting specifications of the designer. Made in U.S.A.