Steps

Lounge System

Steps modular seating offers a comfortable, dynamic way to define space in healthcare environments. Its unique range of back height options and straight and curved forms can be configured in a variety of ways to direct visitor flow and define space. Integrated power and a variety of tables add versatility to support a broad range of activities, from waiting to working to resting.

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Details

  • Choice of standard upholstered arm or optional wood (shown) or urethane arm caps for added comfort and durability
  • Integrated tablet tables support laptop use
  • Power modules integrate with in-line tables to support technology needs
  • Intervening arms define seat positions and provide support for users
  • Powder-coated metal legs provide long-term durability
  • Three back heights provide options for creating privacy and defining space

Statement of Line

  • 866-STA
    Low back straight
    seat without arms
    W: 32 D: 30.5 H: 25.25
  • 866-STB
    Mid back straight
    seat without arms
    W: 32 D: 30.5 H: 33
  • 866-STC
    High back straight
    seat without arms
    W: 32 D: 30.5 H: 44
  • 866-STALR
    Low back straight seat with
    left and right arms
    W: 40 D: 30.5 H: 25.25
  • 866-STBLR
    Mid back straight seat with
    left and right arms
    W: 40 D: 30.5 H: 33
  • 866-STCLR
    High back straight seat
    with left and right arms
    W: 40 D: 30.5 H: 44
  • 866-STAL
    Low back straight seat
    with left arm
    W: 40 D: 30.5 H: 25.25
  • 866-STBL
    Mid back straight seat
    with left arm
    W: 40 D: 30.5 H: 33
  • 866-STCL
    High back straight seat
    with left arm
    W: 40 D: 30.5 H: 44
  • 866-STAR
    Low back straight seat
    with right arm
    W: 40 D: 30.5 H: 25.25
  • 866-STBR
    Mid back straight seat
    with right arm
    W: 40 D: 30.5 H: 33
  • 866-STCR
    High back straight seat
    with right arm
    W: 40 D: 30.5 H: 44
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Coordinating Products

Brian Kane

Designed by Brian Kane

Brian Kane (University of Bridgeport, Connecticut) established his San Francisco studio in 1989, focusing on his favorite product to design: seating.

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