Chadwick Modular Seating embodies the ideal benefit of a modular system: vast variety from just a few parts. Originally designed in 1974, and now updated with a contemporary seat height and the ability to carry power, it remains one of the most versatile and enduring lounge furniture options available.
Family and friends play an important role in the patient recovery process, and the Consoul Recliner supports their presence at the bedside. Built-in features provide comfort, convenience and a sense of boundary to help people socialize, eat, work and sleep within one efficient footprint. Easy-to-reach recliner controls and an independently operated footrest offer a range of positions for resting—including a fully-flat position for sleeping.
Space is always at a premium. Take the desktop, for example: No matter what kind of work you do, there never seems to be enough room. Our research of a cross-section of North American organizations found the space crunch is only going to intensify: 90 percent said workstation size will decrease or stay the same over the next 5 years.
The Crosshatch Side Chair brings minimalist refinement to interiors, with each element optimally fashioned to serve its function. The upholstered seat appears to float above its solid but lightweight wood frame. The intricate wood joinery and angled seat supports connect the design to the rest of the Crosshatch seating family.
Culla gives patients and guests multiple ways to position themselves comfortably. Upright, it’s a glider ready to be set into soothing motion. Tilted back, it’s a relaxing recliner where people can rest or put their feet up. The high back and curved arms provide full support while sitting or moving in and out of the chair.
The Daisyone multi-monitor arm is ideal for high-density environments with lightweight screens. A quick-release control makes installation and removal fast and easy when you’re ready to reconfigure.