While I’m in love with the tall seats of the Echo+ High Comfort line of high back lounge seating by EOC, let’s all admit that the naming of it all is a touch confusing. The Echo+ by EOC has to be on purpose. Moving past the irony of their similar titles, the Echo+ healthcare lounge seating and matching companion tables are built for heavy traffic areas.
Echo+ seating. Manufactured by EOC.
Finished in Upholstery, Vinyl or Leather, the Echo+ High Back Seating by EOC Spells Quality Healthcare Furniture.
With a strong frame that comes built with durable tubular and channel steel construction, match the powder-coated steel finishes to the interior design of any clinic, hospital or general healthcare project. For an added element of comfort, the tall backs of the Echo+ chairs include an inside headrest that can come either upholstered or in a vinyl or leather upholstery (as shown) that cleans up swiftly.
As EOC states of their Echo+ high back lounge seating, “the backs and headrests are specially contoured and cushioned to comfortably support the shoulders, neck and head.” In the seat itself, they use a multi-density foam cushion with stretch web support construction while the armrests are made of a soft urethane foam that contains steel reinforced mounting plates for structural support. Each chair measures 48”H x 25”D with a 19.5” seat width.
Join the Echo+ High Comfort lounge seating with upholstered companion benches or small tables with storage inside. Together, the combination of comfortable, high traffic seating by EOC and table surfaces or extra seating forms a fluid combination of fashionable form and function.
About the Manufacturer: EOC was founded in 1969 by Richard L. Sinclair with the classic motto of “Better Furniture Solutions”. Residing inside of the Los Angeles Business Park, their modern, fifteen acre-lot is the home to an extremely sustainable, green-conscious business mentality that is located halfway between Los Angeles and the Harbor. Making office furniture and healthcare furniture, the EOC stands for either, or both, Executive Office Concepts and Elements of Care.