When Marketing asked Knoll Director of Design Benjamin Pardo to develop a new monitor arm collection — something that would be simple and intuitive without sacrificing usability — he immediately thought of Richard Sapper.
Sapper designed his eponymous chair for Knoll in 1979, a product celebrated for its quiet style and sensible control mechanisms. Pardo: "Here was an opportunity to work on a kinetic object with a guy who does that absolutely wonderfully."Sapper’s signature refined aesthetic brought simplicity and intelligence to a category crowded with overly-complicated, ill-considered designs. The Sapper™ Monitor Arm Collection sets a new standard for intuitive functionality, ease of reconfiguration and unobtrusive visual elegance, or as Sapper put it himself, "Everything is done so it explains itself."
Richard Sapper conceived the Sapper™ Monitor Arm Collection to set a new standard for intuitive functionality, ease of reconfiguration and unobtrusive visual elegance. Renowned for his forward thinking workplace and technology products, Sapper has engineered the most straightforward and refined monitor arm collection available today.
- No PVCs
- Made with 95% recyclable material
- Powder coat paint is VOC-free
- Depth: 2 7/8 - 17 inch
- Each arm holds up to 20 lbs, accommodating up to 95% of the monitors on the market
- Ships standard with fast release movement joint
- Offers 165 degrees of monitor tilt up and down, 180 degrees of swivel left and right and 360 degrees of rotation for portrait or landscape viewing
- Offers approximately 17" of depth adjustment (depends on mounting option)
- Folds into itself to be only 2 7/8" deep when fully compressed
- Durable and lightweight - standard arm weighs only 2.6 lbs
- Incorporates easy-to-use external cable management
- A variety of mounting options and mast heights available
- Table clamp works on most solid core worksurfaces or desks that are 1 1/8" - 2 3/4" thick
- Fixed mount requires permanent hole in worksurface
- Grommet mount requires 3" x 1 3/4" permanent cutout in the worksurface (actual hole in the grommet plate is 1.44" x 1.77"
- NOTE: The worksurface must be of adequate structure; Knoll cannot be held responsible for the structural integrity of non-Knoll worksurfaces.
- Greenguard Certified®
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Knoll Sapper Single Monitor Arm Designed by:
- Richard Sapper
Born in Germany but based in Milan, Richard Sapper creates innovative products by mining the knowledge of far-flung disciplines. One of the few industrial designers never to have attended a school of design or architecture, Sapper studied philosophy, anatomy, engineering and economics. Sapper began his design career working in the styling department of Mercedes-Benz. In 1958 he went to Italy, where he worked with such luminaries as Gio Ponte, Marco Zanuso, and Gae Aulenti. In 1981, Sapper became a corporate design consultant for IBM, for whom he produced a multitude of instantly recognizable designs such as the ThinkPad notebook computer.
A ten-time winner of the Compasso d’Oro, he created the iconic Sapper Kettle for Alessi and the incredibly successful Tizio table lamp for Artemide in 1972. Called a ‘designer's dream,’ this revolutionary table lamp has a sleek, narrow body, adjustable counterbalanced arms and head and swivels smoothly in four directions. In 1972, the use of the lamp’s arms to conduct electricity was a never-before-seen feature, a true innovation representative of Sapper’s work. In over 50 years he has designed more than 200 products and is an impressively versatile designer who can create compelling visual images for sophisticated electronic technology.