Posted in materials on November 8, 2016 2:07 pm EST

Gathering Space Seating Gets a Boost

Sandler Seating presents the Beret collection of upholstered seating in side, dining, lounge and stool options right for church specification.


 

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By Church Designer Staff

This harmoniously integrated series was envisioned by German interior and product designer, Gabriela Raible, and is thoughtfully executed by Atlanta-based Sandler Seating's skiled team of craftsmen in Northern Italy.

The collection reportedly brings mid-century modern into the 21st century with its attentive artistry, ergonomic comfort and classic lines.

Sturdy construction lends to years of durability, the company reports, while plush foam-injected seats help invite guests to linger. Optional arms, diamond tufting, combination upholstery, and black walnut legs display the subtle elegance of the line.

While attention to detail and comfort, as well as durability, are all part of what makes the collection appeal to designers around the world, another favorite aspect is the product's adaptability. The customizable collection can furnish a room cohesively, yet not uniformly.

Dining/Side

Beret 301.01/02

Dimensions - 88”(h) x 64” (l) x 48”(w) ; Seat height: 47”

Dining/Arm

Beret 301.11/12

Dimensions - 88”(h) x 71” (l) x 58”(w) ; Seat height: 47”

Lounge

Beret 301.21/22

Dimensions - 76”(h) x 73” (l) x 71”(w) ; Seat height: 43”

Stool

Beret 301.41

Dimensions - 78”(h) x 42” (l) x 42”(w)

 

 

 

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