Haven redefines the modular upholstery system with sofas, footstools, tables, screens, stools and benches.
August 29th, 2014
As a continuation of the Haven system, Haven Benches share the same design language and philosophy of collaboration. The benches are available in three lengths and can be used individually or linked.
The vertical elements, bulwarks, are either attached to the bench to act as a backrest or perch or can be linked to the end of the bench as a perch or to act as a spacial divider.
To complete the possibilities that Haven Bench provides three linking modules are also offered. Haven benches are fully upholstered with or without quilting detail and black plastic.
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