No more depressing waiting rooms or office decor—these sleek seating options work overtime to meld sophistication and durability.
Available in a new stunning array of soft colors, the Catifa 46 can be customized with contrasting seat pads, shell finishes, and leg options. A selection of monochromatic seats in coordinating colors also looks great when grouped in a large space.
French designer Patrick Norguet created streamlined armchairs with solid ash legs and a seat and back that can be upholstered in fabric or leather.
Designed by Luca Nichetto, the original concept of this modular furniture system came from the Norwegian archipelago of the same name. With upholstered seats and backrests, tables and furnishing accessories, the configuration options are endless.
A collection of cushy-yet-angular pieces, Asienta is available in a stand-alone chair, upholstered benches, as well as two- and three-seat sofas in multiple fabric options that allow them to integrate into nearly any interior.
Designer Michael Young was inspired by his work with a high-performance bike factory to create these ultra-lightweight carbon fiber chairs. The chairs can be customized in myriad patterns and finishes and are stackable up to four seats high for easy storage.
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Powder-coated steel arms and a sturdy base coordinate with an ultra-comfortable padded seat that provides superior durability in addition to a nice pop of color to office spaces. The chair is available in red, green, and charcoal.
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Blue Leaf Hospitality
These midcentury modern teak and wicker chairs are stylish as well as ecofriendly. While they are suitable for outdoor use, these attractive seats would also look great indoors.
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With two polyurethane thermal breaks, the new ArcticFront™ 45X Storefront System protects against heat transfer and achieves U-factors as low as 0.19.