At first glance, Pearson Lloyd's Edge Free for Modus appears to be yet another handsome collection of modular upholstered foam furniture.
Indeed, it has all the plump, comfy contours we've come to associate with this most ubiquitous of components.
But Edge Free shows that you can have your adaptable/ergonomic cake and eat it too, as the new collection comes without the metaphorical caloric input of fossil fuels—its insides are not foam but rather a sustainable concoction of coconut fiber, steel springs, and needled wool.
And it's adjustable and reconfigurable in the very same manner of similar collections. Comprised of seats, ottomans, tables and screens, "Edge Free is Ideal for an agile work environment, offering low-impact seating for a low carbon future."
Users may choose from a variety of surface finishes, including HPL and Lino on plywood. Frames are available in eight powder-coat colors.
Learn more at Modus.
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