Jaks seating by John Coleman for Allermuir

April 11th, 2012 by retail design blog

Jaks works equally alone, or with its fun shapes interlocked and configured into exciting playful, tessellated patterns due to its modular nature and distinctive graphic ‘cross’ shape. This is a simple form and construction that economically provides seating for up to four people and facilitates meeting and greeting in informal spaces, or a comfortable seat for those who just want to take a break whilst also having somewhere to just perch their laptop for a while.

Designed by John Coleman for Allermuir


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