From bar stools to task chairs to modular furniture systems, the modern office requires a multitude of seats and spaces for workers and visitors alike to post up and get things done. This roundup pulls together six new pieces providing a mix of traditional and unconventional seating options.


In, Wilkhahn
Capable of tilting up to 12 degrees forward, 26 degrees backward, and 13 degrees sideways, this ergonomic task chair, with a glass fiber–reinforced frame, promotes good posture.

Blå Station

Unit, Blå Station
For waiting areas and corporate suites, this modular seating set comprises footstool, armchair, and table sections with a wood frame and a choice of fabric or leather upholstery.

Sandler Seating

Quo 910.93, Sandler Seating
A twist at the small of this stackable chair’s back adds a subtle detail while complementing its gently curved seat, which is set atop a thin sled base.


Piton Adjustable Height Stool, Knoll
By British designers Edward Barber and Jay Osgerby, this 14.25"-diameter, cast-aluminum tripod stool is shaped by a base ring and threaded rod to adjust the seat height from 18" to 22".


Conexus, HBF
This versatile lounge-style chair can be specified completely upholstered (shown) or with a sculptural walnut backing that evokes the Eames’ classic design. An ottoman is also available.


B-Free, Steelcase
Create intra-office spaces for either collaboration or concentration with this modular furniture system comprising storage, seating, surface, and partition units.