Flexible Fixtures: Seating
For improved collaboration, productivity and well-being, today’s most progressive and style-savvy offices bring flexible furniture options into play.
Fritz Hansen | Little Giraffe
Originally designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1959, the Giraffe chair earned its name from the height of its backrest. This new version for Fritz Hansen, available in fabric or leather, boasts a lower back and four leg base. Suitable for anything from private offices to reception areas and formal boardrooms, the Little Giraffe exudes the timelessness, craftsmanship and adaptability of mid-century Danish design.
Arper | Cila Go
Thanks to its castor base, the Cila Go chair can be easily rearranged to accommodate quick layout changes in high traffic and communal areas. Designed by Barcelona studio Lievore Altherr, the minimalist task chair can even be converted into a stool with a handy storage bin. Available with four-leg, sled or trestle bases, in five different colourways.
Studio TK | Clique
With clean lines and a minimal footprint, Clique is ideal for offices in constant evolution or change. The versatile furniture system consists of benches with or without backs that can be unbolted and moved around to establish custom configurations. Ranging from two to eight seats, each bench is also available in a host of finishes, from upholstered to aluminum leg bases in polished or powdercoat colours.
Keilhauer | Orign High Back
A variation on Keilhauer’s much-loved Orign conference chair, this high back version combines a slim silhouette with ergonomic functions that are entirely hidden from view. Made of recycled materials and minimal foam, the chair is engineered along two pivot points to allow for synchronized seat and back movements. The 2018 Best of NeoCon Gold winner is available in three nylon colours and five aluminum finishes. www.keilhauer.com