evokes some of the most iconic mid-century modern furnishings. In fact, its dark leather upholstery and unorthodox silhouette would seem to be a direct descendent of either the Eames or Edward Tuttle. The aesthetic of the Hush Lounge is indeed compelling, but the real story here is the collection's impressive versatility.
Lounge Chair from the Hush Lounge Collection. Designed by David Ritch and Mark Saffell of 5D Studio. Manufactured by Arcadia.
Arcadia's Hush Lounge Line is Right for a Variety of Public Spaces
Designed for breakout areas and other public venues fostering collaboration, the Hush Lounge Series is an entire suite of contract furnishing that can outfit any open common space. The collection is comprised of lounges, loveseats, and sofas-with low and high back models available.
The different back heights mingle nicely in any venue in which public interaction and private contemplation is likely to occur: hotel lobbies, office breakout areas, even the student center at a particularly design-conscious college or university.
Nor is the Hush Lounge Seating ensemble stuck in the game all on its lonesome. The complementary line of benches, meeting tables, and occasional tables renders Hush a fully-functional and free-form collaborative space: "a modular oasis of form and function."
Options for the Hush Lounge Seating Collection include Polished Aluminum, Metallic Silver or Satin Black fixed leg finish options; tops in maple veneer or laminate; rotating tablets; and attached cup holders.
About the Manufacturer: Since 1979, Arcadia has manufactured seating and tables for the contract market, including education, healthcare, hospitality, and government venues. Arcadia has its corporate offices and manufacturing facility in Southern California and maintains a permanent showroom at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago. The company is driven to "respond to customer needs through innovative product design, quality manufacturing, and excellent value."