About Eero Saarinen
Born in Finland, 1910, Eero Saarinen moved with his parents to the United States in 1923 and then to Paris in 1929 where he studied before attending the Architecture program at Yale in 1930.
After graduation he first worked as a furniture designer with Bel Geddes, followed on by joining his father’s architecture practice in Ann Arbor, renamed Saarinen & Saarinen.
He was astonishingly influential in shaping the American postwar design fashion. Eero was primed from the start to take a place among the designers and architects developing and strengthening an environment primed to change the domestic and industrial face of the country.
Knoll believes in creating powerful interiors that resonate creativity and comfort. Their iconic furniture has captured the imagination of international designers since their inception in 1938 and has been used ever since to reconnect people to their work, families and creative goals. Collaborations with Florence Knoll and Lella Vignelli have earned their spot in design legend, and are included a permanent collection in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. Whether its for the office, the home or the garden, Knoll are masters of all materials. Explore their entire collection online and instore with Chaplins.