Balance Lounge

Jonathan Prestwich

The Balance Lounge family consists of three chair types, a wingback, a high back and a low back as well as a co-ordinating footstool, perfect for informal meetings and luxury lounge and reception spaces.

With a soft and welcoming aesthetic, Balance Lounge allows you to transition smoothly from a reclined position, to simply sit and gather your thoughts, to a more upright position to enable focused work.

The collection has been designed with a circular economy in mind - every chair has a removable cover to keep it in use over multiple lifecycles.


    Cast aluminium with polished aluminium or powder coat finish and carpet friendly nylon glides

    Powder coated steel tube base and carpet friendly nylon glides


    Moulded foam over a tubular steel frame with FSCā„¢ certified ply seat insert


    Upholstered in a wide range of fabrics or leathers


     (Polished aluminium)
    Polished aluminium
    RAL 9005 (Jet black)
    RAL 9005
    Jet black
    RAL 5008 (Grey blue)
    RAL 5008
    Grey blue
    RAL 6003 (Olive green)
    RAL 6003
    Olive green
    RAL 3005 (Wine red)
    RAL 3005
    Wine red
    RAL 8004  (Copper Brown)
    RAL 8004
    Copper Brown
    RAL 040 70 20 (Soft Sienna )
    RAL 040 70 20
    Soft Sienna
    RAL 7044 (Silk grey)
    RAL 7044
    Silk grey
    RAL 120 70 10 (Nile Green)
    RAL 120 70 10
    Nile Green
    RAL 1002  (Sand Yellow)
    RAL 1002
    Sand Yellow
    RAL 9016 (Traffic white)
    RAL 9016
    Traffic white

    In line with circular economics, the Balance Lounge collection has been developed with a removable cover to reduce resource use, waste and pollution and keep products and materials in use. This means that with each soft refurbishment cycle instead of replacing the whole chair, you can simply replace the cover. 

    Balance Lounge is upholstered in our Somerset factory using 100% renewable energy and is available with FSC certification on 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.'