Hold Chair

Jonathan Prestwich

The Hold chair is an exceptionally versatile work chair suitable for a multitude of uses from meeting room to break out space. Upholstered over a pressed ply shell with integral arm rests, Hold was inspired by today’s flexible working culture and its impromptu collaborations. With a choice of four bases; a cast aluminium swivel base, swivel base on castors, gas lift base on castors or a coloured tube base, Hold can be crafted for a perfect fit. A new removable cover extends the Hold chair's lifespan by enabling multiple upholstery refreshes over time.


    FSC™ certified plywood shell


    CertiPUR certified foam


    Upholstered seat in a fixed or removable soft cover and available in a wide range of fabrics and leathers.

    Optional stitch patterns available

    Tube base

    Steel tube with powder coat finish

    Swivel base

    Cast aluminium with powder coat finish 

    4 Star swivel, 4 star and gas lift base

    Cast aluminium with powder coat finish


    Universal castors for soft and hard flooring


    Nylon glides


    4 Star swivel, 4 star and gas lift base

    RAL 9005 (Jet black)
    RAL 9005
    Jet black


    RAL 7021 (Black grey)
    RAL 7021
    Black grey
    RAL 5008 (Grey blue)
    RAL 5008
    Grey blue
    RAL 7031 (Blue grey)
    RAL 7031
    Blue grey
    RAL 6003 (Olive green)
    RAL 6003
    Olive green
    RAL 6013 (Reed green)
    RAL 6013
    Reed green
    RAL 3005 (Wine red)
    RAL 3005
    Wine red
    RAL 7044 (Silk grey)
    RAL 7044
    Silk grey


     (Stitch patterns)
    Stitch patterns

    In place of moulded foam, the Hold chair uses an FSC certified ply shell with CertiPUR certified foam. A removable cover extends life in use and enables a new cover to slip over the shell giving the chair a new lease of life.

    Upholstered in our Somerset factory using 100% renewable energy, the Hold chair is available with FSC certification upon request.


    Jonathan Prestwich

    'The new workplace must encourage a sense of belonging, promote well-being, be purposeful and allow people to thrive in their work. To do this, it must be more hospitable.'