Pacific High is the latest addition to the popular Pacific sofa range from Globe Zero 4. It adds function and is very versatile in its use, becoming a place to withdrawal from busy days.
September 16th, 2011
It closes around the user and creates its own peaceful space within its surroundings; whether it is a private room, large open office or reception area.
Pacific High is therefore ideal for small private meetings in public spaces such as lobbies and lounges.
The lounge is available standard as a generous two seater, and is available with lower lumbar pillows in contrast or matching colour.
Fully upholstered in any fabric the Pacific High is a neat and sturdy product with beautifully detailed sled legs finished in a satin stainless steel. Add contrast stitch to the upholstery to create a harmony of colour and inviting resting place.
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