Intuitive to understand, specify and use, Qove Lounge creates a plethora of planning options with 4 basic models. Standard features like integrated power, tablet arm, and a privacy screen make specification simple. Material options to express individuality include veneer or fabric back options, non-woven PET or acrylic privacy screens. Highly adaptable and versatile, Qove can be configured to support individual work, touchdown and collaborative spaces, along with conference environments.
Topsy table’s classic square style is a go-to, must-have when you need an understated table with looks that say reliability. Turvy tables give an extra punch of style with the tapered legs and curvy appeal. Both available in wood, laminate, or solid surface tops with powdercoated metal frames in eight colors.
Symphony is an excellent choice for lobby and waiting areas, galleries and common areas. Set on cast aluminum legs, the gentle cadence of the formed plywood seat structure creates a visually pleasing and comfortable seating space for 2, 3, or 4 persons. Available in wood veneers and black or white paint.
Bända is pure and simple modern lounge furniture that delivers configurability for sensible and adaptable social, public spaces. Its lightly scaled, open steel frame creates more accessible fluid spaces, effortlessly replacing bulky furniture. Power and data, lighting and universal components create harmonious backdrops for personal work or collaborative sitdowns. Designed by Daniel Korb
Joe Ricchio creates the Cortona Lounge Series as a complement to his highly-successful Cortona side chair for HBF. Expressing the force and beauty of simplicity, this light-scaled group of seating draws inspiration from the classic works of Mies van der Rohe and Le Corbusier. Cortona seating stresses flowing line and balanced proportions, beautifully embodying the timeless principles of modern design.
Blok walks the line between mass appeal and contemporary styling with its striking combination of crisp lines and hard edges. This bold sofa offers infinite configurations, from a classic freestanding sofa to lengthy sectionals featuring corner pieces that expose the underlying pallet surface. Blok rests on elegant metal legs that are impossibly thin and undoubtedly strong.