Prior to the pioneering approach of Florence Knoll and the Knoll Planning Unit, executive offices in America were nearly all planned the same way. Florence Knoll described this standard layout in her 1964 “Commercial Interiors” entry for the Encyclopedia Britannica: “In such an office there was always a diagonally-placed desk, with a table set parallel behind it, a few chairs scattered around the edge of the room, and a glassed in bookcase.
Mid-Century Modern Office Furniture
If you’re looking for office furniture with a retro feel, there’s no better choice than refurbished mid-century furniture from Dynamic Office Services.
We offer a wide selection of used mid-century modern office furniture at our commercial office furniture warehouse in Morrisville, NC from a number of great manufacturers — and all at an affordable price. Our mod furniture products range from tables to chairs to desks and everything in between. What’s more, we change our offerings on a weekly basis, so be sure to check back often to see what we have in stock!
Please visit our Clearance page to browse our current sale items and be sure to contact us to request a quote on our professional furniture installation services in Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Morrisville and throughout the greater Triangle.
Featured in nearly all Florence Knoll-designed interiors, the Saarinen Executive Chair remains one of the most popular Knoll designs. Introduced in 1950, the chair transformed the notion of what executive seating could be with its sculptural form and modern finishing.
(4) Armchairs $595 Each at Dynamic Office Solutions.
Extremely comfortable executive chair with an unique articulating back feature by Brayton International. Brayton International was acquired by Steelcase Inc. in 1987 and became one of the first members of the Steelcase Design Partnership.
True to the company's new brand vision, Harter works with young, forward-thinking designers to realize their vision of today's collaborative workplace. Timothy deFiebre conceived the top forms of the settees as one continuous natural line that follows the sitters body contours supporting and moving away as necessary. Designed for offices, homes, hotels, and airport lounges, Harter Forum modular pieces allow any space to become an impromptu work area.