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Smallroom modular seating

Smallroom modular seating is a collaboration between industrial, furniture and jewellery designer Ineke Hans and Swedish furniture manufacturer Offecct.

The seat element comes in three lengths (1, 1.5 and 2 metres) providing seating for one to three people, and can be configured in multiple ways with three styles of arm: an upholstered arm rest, a flat work surface for writing or a laptop (optional electricity plugs), and a deep storage trough for books, magazines or plants.

The high back of 134 cm provides booth-like privacy, while still allowing view access across the room. The seating system has a timber frame, chrome legs and can be upholstered in fabric or leather.

Available in Australia from Cult.

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