16 Modular Seating Systems For Public Spaces

Modular seating solutions allow your venue to facilitate guests optimally.

Whether you need to accomodate guests in a gallery, hotel lobby, museum, or shop, or other waiting areas; changeable and expandable furniture allows for maximum flexibility. And, thus, an optimal client experience.

The following customizable furniture systems fit well in large open lobbies and smaller public rooms as well.

1. Lowseat Terminal Corner

 

 

 

 

The Lowseat Terminal Corner, comprised of individual pieces that you can tailor to your style, slide together and connect to form an infinite amount of possibilities when shaping and tailoring this furniture to your home and your space.

Want a full length couch? Or possibly a love seat and an ottoman? Or a couch with a chaise? All of these ideas can be brought to life simply by sliding and locking these individually-mastered pieces together. The ideas are endless! Furniture that can change with your tastes. Designed by: Patricia Urquiola.

 

2. Opposit Modular Bench

 

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Play your very own game of Office Tetris with the quirky and imaginative Opposit Modular Bench. Simple, square shapes fit together in the world’s easiest puzzle to give office spaces and public buildings the exact furniture arrangement they need, no matter how big or small their space is.

Individual units can always be purchased to expand the arrangements further as your venue grows and changes.

 

3. Flash Furniture

 

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Most modular seating is made of straight lines and sharp edges, but the Flash range curves gently.

Put together a series of inward-curving pieces to make corner seating, use outward-curving pieces to make a central island, or alternate the two for a long sofa which undulates gently. Learn more about Flash.

 

4. SHEY

 

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The Shey sofa from the Actiu collection flatters the eye with soft structural angles and graceful contour, all the while making your office the toast of modern, modular admirers.

Overlapping layers easily add on to the base chair, including high panels for more privacy. Joining chairs together forms couches and benches, and additional side tables interlock effortlessly to create working space between seating areas.

 

5. Seating Stones

 

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Organic design meets modern innovation with Walter Knoll’s Seating Stones collection. These comfortable furniture pieces look perfectly at home either outdoors or indoors, but their unique design is also fully functional.

The many variations give you a load of options for outfitting your home, office or other venue with tasteful and attractive seating arrangements.

 

6. Jumble

 

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If the pieces of this modular seating system seem to fit together like a jigsaw puzzle, it’s because they were meant to do exactly that! Jumble is an office seating solution that can be rearranged to fit into any space big or small.

Waiting rooms, conference venues and more can benefit from it’s modern look and cushioned comfort, but who’s to say you can’t use Jumble in your own home?

 

7. Moss | 3 Thonet

 

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The Moss|3 is a symphony of sharp angles and flowing, curving lines that brings light and form to any public venue. Rather than create an unpleasant contrast, the angles and half-circle shapes complement each other as they arrange and rearrange to any space they’re placed in.

Thonet’s two-tone cushions and variety of shapes make it one of the most versatile seating systems on the market.

 

8. Lobby

 

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The aptly named Lobby is perfect for hotels and corporate buildings, but there’s so much more to it than meets the eye.

This fresh take on modular seating systems incorporates movable backrests that are completely optional for seating arrangements, along with complete comfort for any activity from lounging to getting some work done on your laptop. Choose from a variety of color combinations to meet your venue’s style.

 

9. Rift Composition

 

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A lot of modular furniture is boxy and bland; not the Rift range. Designed to sit in the middle of a room, this Y-shaped couch can be used in a variety of ways.

Rift Composition is comfortable for a group of people to hang out, but the angle of the seats allows strangers to sit without being forced too close together. Even the low, wide back can be used as a seat.

 

10. Highway Bench

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Bench designs are often uncomfortable, leaving their unfortunate human companions with sore backs and aching necks. The Highway bench has solved these problems and promises to be everything a regular bench is not – comfortable and fashionable.

Harsh metal and wooden backrests are replaced with a plush cushion that supports the lower back, and the bench’s arched legs provide comfy armrests.

 

11. Common by Viccarbe

 

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The Common Sofa by Viccarbe is simplicity in its most beautiful form. Instead of grandiose curves and random attachments that provide little more use than an aesthetic addition, Common is graceful and mild.

It never claims to be anything other than a sofa, but its multiple uses quickly become evident to anyone who’s fortunate enough to sit on it. Daybed, sofa, office seating and more come together in a fully functional form.

 

12. ADD Bench System

 

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For both commercial and residential use, the ADD Bench System makes seating arrangement a breeze. Each sofa piece works seamlessly with the others to create different combinations to fit into any space.

Several color options are available, and the ease of the linking system combined with clever color contrast and modern design makes these sofas indispensable.

 

13. Freeflow

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Freeflow by Gordon Guillaumier is designed specifically for large spaces such as airports or conference centers, though it can be adapted to larger office spaces.

Green or red cushioned stools, available in half or full circle, add just the right amount of color and fit perfectly into place to add more area to Freeflow’s already spacious design.

 

14. Stone

 

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Stone has a regal bearing that brings to mind the empires of ages past, with grandiose chaise lounges where royalty lay down at their leisure. If you’re in the market for high-end seating for your business, Stone can be just the right fit for you and your clients.

Stone’s smooth shapes and slight curves mimic that of its namesake, stones polished and shining under a water current. It’s alltogether a relaxing sofa to spend your work day on.

 

15. Iceberg

 

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There’s no way to go wrong when arranging the Iceberg modular seating system. Units of varying sizes, shapes and heights provide endless combinations to keep you from getting bored like you would with other sofas, and the arrangements you’ll find are nothing short of stunning when placed in your business’ seating area or a public venue.

Say goodbye to dull benches, and say hello to the Iceberg.

 

16. Sistema Modular Sofa System

 

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Simplicity in modern design is a wonderful thing. You don’t have to worry about all the complications of detailed patterns, mechanics and parts that have no function.

The Sistema Modular Sofa System takes all the headache out of home décor and strips it down to its bare bones. Different configurations, each as easy to fathom as the next, all have a function that will meet every need you have.

 

SEE ALSO:

 

17 Modern Modular Seating Systems

Tulpi-Seat In Public Spaces

25 Modular Office Seating Systems

 

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