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Specsheet>The latest in stylish contract seating

Versatile contract seating offers comfort, durability, and high style. Trea Humanscale Reminiscent of the vertebrae in the human spine, Trea is designed to protect the body. The subtle curve and pivoting backrest provide the user with a natural reclining position that maximizes comfort. Available with three different base options, this Todd Bracher design is now offered with upholstered seats. Telo Lounge Sebastian Herkner for Cappellini This multipurpose lounge-table combo can stand alone or be combined to create informal meeting spaces or larger rows ideal for waiting rooms and lounges. Sebastian Herkner’s design for Telo was inspired by the camp seats he experienced in Afrikaans lodges; it's available in four stainless-steel color options and grosgrain upholstery. Jif Allseating This multipurpose stool has the ability to keep people moving, which in turn increases productivity. A “waterfall edge” provides relief to hamstrings, while the sway base engages the core and promotes active sitting, a major component of Allseating’s product development philosophy. Soft Modular Sofa Jasper Morrison for Vitra A nod to art deco, the Soft Modular Sofa by Jasper Morrison plays off his approach to “super normal,” a term he coined to illustrate that pieces should be “understated, useful, and responsible.” The low-slung sofa could easily fit in any home and is constructed with a spring core and various foams to ensure that it maintains its shape in high-traffic settings. Caprice Chair Philippe Starck for Cassina Philippe Starck’s classic Caprice chair has been updated for contract applications—with the intention of combining the comfort of an office chair and the elegance of a dining seat. The sleek shell is now available with a four-spoke base that can be specified with or without wheels, and a flared support that can be customized in two new matte shades: white and mud. Enea Cafe Stool Coalesse and Enea Available in bar and counter heights, the Cafe stool’s wood legs add a bit of warmth to hospitality or workplace environments. The new styles are available with polypropylene, wood, or upholstered seats with a natural oak base.

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Product> From Pawson to Libeskind, Quick Picks from Milan Design Week

AN editors swept and tweeted through the exhibit halls of the venerable Salone del Mobile last week, as well as the myriad satellite design events, exhibits, and installations that popped up around Milan. Footsore but aesthetically satiated, the AN team has reassembled stateside to share some of the best finds from the fair. Casamania Color Fall A lacquered, digital print enlivens the interior of the shelves, which are constructed of humble MDF. Designed by Garth Roberts. Cassina 9 Tables Marble base in black or white, with tops of aluminum, marble, or painted mirror glass. Designed by Piero Lissoni. Cappellini Lotus De Luxe Available with or without castors and/or arms, this chair is suitable for residential and office use. Wooden frame with molded polyurethane cushions covered in fabric or leather. Designed by Jasper Morrison. Viccarbe Trestle Solid oak legs are topped by padded or smooth upholstery. Seating modules are 60 inches in length; up to three benches can be seamlessly joined together. Designed by John Pawson. Cristalplant Slide Towel Shelf A polished aluminum loop slides up or down to both hold and hang bath towels. Designed by Cory Grosser. Poliform Web Bookcase Fabricated of Dupont Corian, this shelving unit is as much sculpture as it is storage. Designed by Daniel Libeskind. Kartell Uncle Jim Demonstrating the current limits of injected polycarbonate fabrication, this single-piece chair comes in four transparent colors. Designed by Philippe Starck.