More “loungey”, more modules, loads more options.
The Swiss Army knife of seating!
Intriguing interplay of form and function the Perch challenges accepted seating parameters, encouraging people to perch rather than sit.
Field has playful mid-century aesthetic – think Dean Martin and Palm Springs…
First released in 2004, there are many imitations now available, but Landscape is the original.
Originally designed by Fletcher Vaughan for the Tokyo Designers Block Exhibition 2002, this design is the perfect choice for public spaces.
Popular sculptural faceted seating.
Another hybrid of the successful modular Landscape ranges. Ideal for high traffic environments such as stand-alone café/restaurants seating and public spaces.
The Why ottoman can be placed as a stand-alone piece or grouped to create faceted configurations.