Hex seating comprises a high- or low-back armchair and an upholstered stool, all of which share a rounded hexagonal footprint and seat.
The modules can be used separately or pushed together to maximise space and create bespoke seating configurations for public spaces, including offices, waiting rooms and lobbies.
"The hexagonal shape of its seat is the main element to compose different modular combinations and surprisingly this geometrical figures is the most repeated shape in nature, but nevertheless rarely before used for a seating design," said Kose.
The two back heights allow for privacy or semi-privacy, with the option to add further enclosing walls on two more sides.
Hex seating can be specified in a range of upholstery options, including fabrics and materials that match existing colour schemes.
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