Product Sources: Seating

May 15, 2007

David Edward's East Wind Series was designed by Andrea Zinn in early 2000 while visiting Sozhou, China. Zinn took inspiration from the traditional Chinese Gardens where she spent much of her time. The signature slat arm was derived from the classic benches within the Heritage Gardens. The collection includes lounge, guest and pull-up versions. Available with slat or upholstered panel arm, the frame is constructed of solid maple and a choice of nine different finishes.

With a nod to the design world's color wheel, ensuring comfort remains fashionable, Keilhauer rolls out Morley Knitback—a meeting room/task chair with a unique, multi-colored knit back. A textured alternative to other mesh chairs, Morley Knitback adds an added element of style to today's seating market. Available in 16 color combinations with a fixed-arm configuration, Keilhauer's new knit-back offering features a polyester "sock" knit in a sophisticated small pattern. Each pattern—with four colors plus the black monofilament— resembles a solid-patterned upholstery enhanced by the flexible comfort of mesh.

Allermuir's 'Conic' is a refreshing, eye-catching and exciting take on soft seating. Available in tub chair, lounge chair and chair, Conic's bases are polished chrome wire forms, with the tub version being more upright to allow for meeting and dining use. Swivel base versions add to the fun. The line can be upholstered in a wide range of contract quality fabrics or leather. Complemented by a family of related low tables, for a myriad of uses and spaces, Conic's shape and form provide excellent and inviting levels of comfort with an almost domestic appeal.

Versteel's Simon™ seating collection is enhanced by the addition of a stool and tablet arm chair offering. Simon tilts, nests and stacks in both arm and armless styles and is available with casters or glides. Enhanced comfort with flex motion allows intuitive seat/back recline action. Simon is fabricated by Versteel from a steel formed tube frame, aluminum die castings, and a polypropylene injection molded seat and back. The seat and back are perforated in a unique nonsymmetrical pattern allowing positive ventilation for the user.

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