With PLATEAU, Erik Magnussen fuses table and chair into a world of its own. Its shell closes in on you, inviting exchange and reflection. Its armrest provides room for your laptop or coffee cup. Its presence makes a persuasive testimony to anyone in the gray-zone, a state between work and play.
PAU is a versatile collection of upholstered modular elements that can be arranged in an endless number of layouts to adapt to the most diverse architectural styles and settings. The variety of elements and the scope of possibilities for layout facilitate its integration into all kinds of settings.
Coated and tailor made, WRAP and the new WRAP MAXI sofa collections consist of a seat base and a backrest shaped like a blanket. The additional construction allows you to custom elements in size, color and fabric according to match waiting areas such as contract interiors.
Designed by Carlos Tiscar, LAPSE is a comprehensive modular programme of seats and accessories that transcends the classic seating concept for waiting areas.
The collection offers a wide range of seating modules, side units, connectivity accessories and privacy panels that can be combined to adapt to the needs of the waiting spaces and lounge areas in public buildings, offices and hotels.
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.
The swivel chair Kay, designed by Leonardo Rossano for True Design, comes from the combination of two simple elements of bent plywood. The seat wraps the armrests giving the illusion of the soft padding structural function. The result of this playful use of the materials is a nonchalant elegant chair that can be used in waiting and relax areas in offices or in an office zone in private spaces.
Jorge Pensi has designed the collection LUND looking for a universe clear, honest and full of essential elegance. A collection which consists of elegant armchairs and sofas that are available with two types of arms and two versions of upholstered bodies. Its balanced and timeless design allow its natural integration in lounge areas, waiting spaces, lobbies and contemporary houses.
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.