Designed by John Caldwell, the CX Tandem Seating family by Thonet presents a viable, stylish alternative for healthcare applications, notably waiting rooms and visitor lounge areas. The CX configurations allow for some privacy while also accommodating multiple users. With modular units available in one, two, three, four, or five seat pieces, CX works in small and large spaces.
CX Tandem Seating. Designed by John Caldwell. Manufactured by Thonet.
Sleek, Modern Modular
Made with a cast aluminum and extruded aluminum frame, Thonet’s modular system is meant to last a long time. Part of the system’s longevity also stems from a removable sling that allows for upholstered seats and backs to be “easily field removable, extending the service life of the product.” CX seats can be upholstered in a variety of fabrics, including mesh. And the choices don’t stop there. The modular seating comes in six plated metal finishes, twelve powdercoat colors, and ten wood finishes.
The overall dimensions are 26.5D x 36.5H, with the following specifications, as determined by the size of the seating unit: 2-Position: 50.5W; 3-Position: 75.75W; 4-Position: 101W; and 5-Position: 126.25W. Whether it’s a large or modest room, the CX Tandem Seating by Thonet can transform the look of the healthcare environment, making it a welcome space that is sleek and stylish.
About the Manufacturer: Thonet began long ago in 1830 when Michael Thonet created what was to become known as “bentwood” furniture. After producing bentwood pieces on an industrial scale, the company eventually sold in 1987, becoming Thonet Industries U.S.A., a part of the CF Group. Thonet makes its furniture in the United States, “hand built by skilled craftsmen.” The company purchases only FSC-certified hardwoods for their tables and wood chairs; they supply bio foam upon request, as well as recycled materials.