High Backed Sofas: Contract Trend

High Backed Sofas: Contract Trend

From the office to the classroom, as spaces become more open plan and collaborative, the demand for furniture that provides a little privacy has continued to grow throughout 2013. Almost like small private rooms, these high-backed sofas provide the perfect solution.

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The Library chair by Michael Sodeau for Modus is a sculptural, high-backed sofa ideal for private spaces and reducing acoustics. Manufactured from cold cure polyurethane foam over a steel frame on a ply base, the sofa features a separate, drop in cold cure seat.

High Back Sofas_Contract Trend_MOTIV High Back Sofa with Shelf  Bretford

The MOTIV High Back Sofa by Bretford now features a handy shelf making it ideal for casual and collaborative work environments where space is limited, such as cafes, lounges, waiting areas and offices. Designed to be used in K-12, higher education, library and corporate environments, the MOTIV High Back Sofa includes the option for power modules that feature a standard 120V AC power outlet and USB charging port with Detect-Supply-Charge Technologyâ„¢ for a full rate of charge to any type of mobile device on the front and back of the furniture.

High Back Sofas_Contract Trend_Koja Hotel_Fredrik Mattson_Bla Station

Part of BlÃ¥ Station‘s family of Koja seating by Fredrik Mattson, the Koja Sofa High is a high-back two-seat sofa that’s designed for privacy in open spaces such as a hotel lobby or open office.

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EFG MySpace is a compact two-seat sofa with an enveloping surround which acts as a screen for surrounding acoustical and visual distractions.  MySpace provides the perfect location for quiet meetings on the office floor.

High Back Sofas_Contract Trend_Tittut sofa by Peter Andersson for Tranas Skolmobler

Swedish school furniture manufacturer, TranÃ¥s Skolmöbler, have introduced the Tittut sofa, which translates to English as the ‘Peek’ sofa. Designed by Peter Andersson, a tubular steel frame supports an upholstered foam seat, as well as the back and side panels, which each feature a small peephole. An armchair and two-seat sofa are available in both child and adult sizes.

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