Take5 lounge seating collection by KI

Inspired by mid-century styling and designed for the workplaces of today, BCFA member KI have launched the new Take5 lounge seating collection…

The collection’s single, two- and three-seater sofas with low or high backs are complemented by ottomans, coffee tables and side tables.Take5-KIxNatashaMarshall-026 webTake5’s pillowed shapes and curved armrests instantly invite users to feel comfortable and relaxed. The space beneath the armrests also acts as legroom, allowing the user to pivot to the side. The flat top of the armrests double as both a secondary seating surface and a worktop for notebooks or laptops.

Each sofa can be fitted with power and USB modules. Matching or contrasting upholstered high backs can be added to reduce distractions, increase a sense of privacy and for noise reduction.Take5-KIxNatashaMarshall-021 webFeaturing a platform base and angled feet made from solid beech, the collection complements KI’s EC4 range of workstations, tables and storage plinths. Together, these elegant products help create a more domestic atmosphere in the corporate workspace.

Designed by Jonathan Hindle FCSD, Take5 is made in the UK and comes with a 5 year warranty.

“Workplaces are increasingly taking cues from hospitality and domestic environments to create altogether more inviting, comfortable spaces. Untethered from our desks, we now seek spaces that support casual collaboration, or give us an opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of a busy office space. Take5 was created to allow workers to find an appropriate work setting for either individual or group tasks, or to simply take ‘5 minutes’ away from work and regenerate.”

– Jonathan Hindle, Take5 designer

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