January 1, 2016

Stylex’s Modern-Minded Lounge Series is Versatile Enough for Today’s Evolving Workplace

Striking the perfect balance between corporate reserve and urban informality is NYC—not the city, but the modular lounge series from Stylex. A quartet of Gensler designers—Jay Koback and Stephen Ramos from Washington, Ehren Gaag from Baltimore, and David Fuehrer, formerly of New York—devised a modern-minded system versatile enough for today’s ever-evolving workplace. Constructed from heavy-duty plywood, sturdy aluminum legs, steel rails, and high-density foam, the building blocks include sofas with single, double, or triple seats, upholstered corner units, and integrated tables. Components can stand alone, perhaps in an executive suite, or gang up in expansive configurations for public spaces. Besides the obvious fabric and finish options, choices abound for arms, cushions, tufting, and welting.

> See more from the November 2015 issue of Interior Design

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