The Right Fit, pt. 2

Minimalist, modular and malleable designs are top of mind in today’s office furniture market.

DNA | Boss Design

Constructed using both robotic welding technology and traditional foam techniques, the new DNA lounge chair is cited as the company’s most accomplished upholstery project to date. The chair is available with wooden or metal legs, or with a full base, and contains intricate stitching details that echo the curved contours of its body. With multiple finishes and fabric options, including two-toned leather and upholstery, users can create their own unique DNA.




Intra 295 Range | Wilkhahn

German manufacturer Wilkhahn has partnered with Phoenix Design to develop a dynamic office chair for lounging, conference rooms or personal workspaces. The Intra 295 Range has a special motion-stimulating mechanism that precisely adjusts the chair according to the weight of the user, ensuring consistent comfort and ergonomic support. The upholstered seat and backrest pair well with the die-cast aluminum base, and are fully customizable with Wilkhahn’s own fabric and leather collection.

Totem Slim Rolling Pedestal | Uhuru Design

Recognizing a gap in stylish storage cabinet options, Uhuru launched the Totem Slim, a compact and lockable pedestal piece on wheels. Made of powder-coated steel in black, white, navy and pink, the cabinet has two drawers: one for supplies and another for large items and hanging files. The Totem Slim is similar in purpose to existing office drawer sets, but entirely more colourful and fun.

Grid | Established & Sons

A raw shell forms the basis for this modular furniture system designed by heavyweights Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec. Sofas, shelves, side tables, desks and screens can be integrated and organized into endless configurations to create a multifunctional meeting space. The Grid is available as an L-shaped, U-shaped, or straight partition module, in different colours, upholstery options and a powder-coated steel frame.

Portus Lounge Collection | ICF Group

Three simple elements, five separate products. The Portus Lounge Collection reconfigures the same sculptural bench, ergonomic cushion and shapely back in different ways to bring individual yet complementary seating options to the office floor. Consumers can choose from a long bench, two- or three-seat sofa, and a low- or high-back chair in different finishes to establish custom seating arrangements for reception areas and meeting rooms.