Country of Origin : England
Hitch Mylius’s collection includes in-house designs as well as the results of collaborations with established international designers and young design talent. Designs are developed and prototyped at our factory in Enfield, north London; our manufacturing experience, design heritage, and an understanding of sustainability combine to give our customers the highest quality, contemporary upholstered furniture that is relevant for the modern contract environment.
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In a completely fresh approach to public-area seating, Stefan Schoning's hm213 beam-mounted system introduces a dynamic "horizon" to his seating through the articulation of the height of the backrests. The product range comprises three- and four-seat beams, with or without arms, and an optional table. Beams can also be linked in back-to-back configurations, and can be floor-fixed. These elements combine to provide a versatile seating solution for waiting and rest areas in all retail, healthcare, educational and public sector environments.
A light, fresh variation on the classic tub-chair theme, hm22 is ideally suited to corporate, leisure and public area seating where its compact proportions and contemporary design will complement and enhance any environment.
Originating from a brief set by Hitch Mylius for final year students at Central St Martins, hm221, designed by Timothee Mion is a modular system that alters the perception of how one should sit.
A classic sofa design, beautifully detailed with generous proportions, hm46 has a comprehensive collection of single, 2- 3- and 4-seat elements with square and curved corner units to suit the widest range of interiors. Seats and backs have button detail – contrast buttons can be specified – and units sit on dark stained solid beech runners. The collection can be upholstered in a wide choice of fabrics and hides, and multi-tone upholstery is available; seat, arms and backs can be specified in different fabrics and leathers. Frames are of FSC-accredited beech and panel construction with sprung seat and graded cmhr polyurethane foam with a polyester wrap . Runners can be specified in natural beech or oak, or stained to match your sample. Special sizes are available, including alternative heights; please contact us to discuss your requirements. Power and data units can be installed into the arms of the hm46; please contact us for options.
Architects Olaf Kneer and Marianne Mueller's iconic seating design develops a simple, playful profile into a comfortable and versatile range of products. Comprising seat unit with or without arms, a pouffe and a mini side-table, the elements can be combined in many ways and covered in a wide choice of fabrics.
A versatile chair for commercial and leisure environments, hm58 is available with either a chrome-finished stacking skid, four-leg base, or 4-star swivel base and with optional armrests. The hm58a can be stacked 10 high on the trolley, 6 high without. The hm58d with compact laminate tablet is ideal for conference, seminar and educational use; a matching barstool completes the range.
Demackerﾒs dynamic lounge chair provides superb comfort through the natural flexing of its preformed plywood shell. Available in both low- and high-back versions, with or without armrests, the chair has the option of either a chromed skid base or polished aluminium swivel pedestal.
Designed for his award-winning Oyster House, Nigel Coates' 'Oxo' seating system is based on two complementary forms that can be used together to create dynamic and flexible arrangements, or as individual seats. A chaise longue, small pouffe and side table complete the range.
The low, pebble-like units of hm63 can be laid out in structured patterns, used either individually or scattered throughout a space to provide organic seating arrangements. Each of the three elements is generously proportioned and can be specified with or without a backrest. The adaptability of the product offers a variety of uses for both public and private spaces.
Kazuko Okamoto's hm77 'Cake' seating is a simple, inventive and playful seat unit that combines and links to form interesting crystalline forms. The simple geometry of the wedge-shaped seat is available in three versions: with left- or right-handed backrest, or without back.
An exciting concept for public seating, the hm83 bench can be used as a dramatic stand-alone feature or linked together to form molecular, geometric arrangements.
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