Sitting Pretty: 5 Clean-Lined And Comfortable Modular Seating Systems

Noah Sofa Modular Furniture System | Noah Living
Presto Change-o, the Noah Sofa rises to the occasion when it comes to flexibility and endurance without ever skimping on style. Its clever plug-in system means the modular Noah can be rearranged and reconfigured easily, no tools needed. Well-designed to endure for generations, not only can all parts be replaced and recycled, the removable and washable Noah fabric resists dirt. We call that a win-win.

Bauhaus Seating System | Designed by Helen Kontouris for Len Furniture
The Bauhaus Seating System gets an A+ in versatility with extra credit for its playful, multi-colored aesthetic. It was commissioned by the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, Australia, and the building’s Great Hall stained-glass ceiling, as well as Alma Siedhoff-Buscher’s timber Bauhaus Building Blocks, are inspirational touchpoints. Daring lines are revealed in beveled chasms which are visually bold, richly textured and plumply quilted. The geometric mix of squares, circles, triangles and rectangles can be re-grouped in numerous compositions to enhance private or shared experiences. Likewise, the Bauhaus is suitable for a range of interiors, including professional, public or educational environments. A singular graphic dimension and a strong visual identity? Yes and yes.

Saparella + Diabolo Modular Outdoor Seating | Designed by Michel Ducaroyfor Ligne Roset
The convex Saparella Fireside Chair is a perfect companion to the concave Diabolo Chair, uniting in a shapely core of modular, moveable outdoor seating. Connected by a piece of mirror-polished stainless steel designed by Michel Ducaroy, these all- foam designs are enhanced by a footstool for the perfect moment of Zen. Creativity is encouraged in new compositions which are just as fitting on a penthouse terrace as they are in a garden of wildflowers. Soft, rounded lines and a cozy, comfy vibe make this seating as welcome as the first day of spring.

Virgule Collection | Designed by Christophe Delcourt for Pierre Frey
A call for comfort, the classic and taut lines of the exterior of the Virgule collection contrast with the interior curves. The cushions integrated in the backrest are as if suspended, to create a light and graphic effect. The curvature of the comma-shaped seat adapts to all morphologies and positions.

Sancal Collection REW (Rest-Eat-Work) Sofa | Rafa Garcia
This creation by Rafa García is tremendously versatile, and can be used for a variety of diverse projects that require pieces for resting, eating or working.

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