Lightweight, durable and sculptural, the polypropylene shell of the Next armchair by Italian designer Piergiorgio Cazzaniga can be selected in one of 10 colourways and is offered fully upholstered in coordinating leather or fabric or with a seat pad. Base options include four-legged and four-star swivel in beech (natural or painted), five-caster (polished, white or black aluminum) and sled (polished chrome, white or black).
Valencia-based Yonoh Studio combined a structured metal framework with upholstered elements that seem to float atop it to create the small-scale Lana seating series. Produced with or without arms and in two back heights, the lounge chair can be specified in nine epoxy-coated colours — from black to banana yellow — and a wide range of complementary or contrasting upholstery fabrics. The collection also includes an ottoman, two sofas and a bench.
Part of a larger collection by EOOS devoted to bringing a heightened level of softness and comfort to workspaces, the Wunder side chair easily transitions to the home thanks to its subtle balance of angular shapes and appealing curves. The well-proportioned upholstered shell is supported by slender wooden (ash or walnut) or metal legs; multiple fabric and leather upholstery options and base finishes are available.
With its casual look and palette of colours running from neutral to earthy, LightWork by London-based Jonathan Prestwich fits seamlessly into almost any home-office setup. The plastic shell can be paired with one of five base styles (some with swivel and memory return), while a mechanism in the upholstered foam seat moves with the user to maintain a gentle recline and ergonomic comfort. Base materials include steel, chrome, aluminum, oak and walnut.
For an inviting home office scenario, these sartorial seats provide high performance without reading corporate.