A modern twist on a tailored classic, Skara Lounge is a great public space solution. Multiple back, base, ottoman and upholstery options make Skara work in any lounge application including third space, collaborative meeting spaces, private office lounges, or public waiting areas.
Ziva addresses the needs of today’s on-the-go office style with a comprehensive collection of configurable and freestanding seating and an offering of corresponding functional tables. Designed by New Studio, LLC.
HBF introduces the Triscape Table, designed by Todd Bracher. The table can be paired with the Triscape Bench and Triscape Pouf to create a flexible, scalable environment suitable for a myriad of uses, from lounge, to active work sessions, and impromptu, casual meetings. These light weight tables are available with an optional seating pad, offering greater user flexibility.
The Edge, a flexible menu of components that can be combined in limitless ways to meet changing needs. The Edge’s versatility and functionality accommodates a shift in space design from segregated, cubicle-defined work areas to open, common spaces that can easily adapt to shifting priorities. The Edge frees us from conventional work patterns.
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.
Classic, contemporary and refined are the words most often used to describe the Wind Table series. Wind Tables are available in coffee and end table formats as well as standard-height meeting or dining tables.
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.