No longer just your conventional sit-and-snack spot, the workplace café has come into its own, thanks to principal Mitch Bakker. For the , his addition to the series from , Bakker considered all the possibilities: connecting, consorting, concentrating. “It facilitates impromptu encounters, encourages the exchange of ideas, and promotes active collaboration,” he says. Whether the user is lounging, slouching over a laptop, or sitting at attention, the low seat promises ergonomic consistency. The tubular-steel base comes in seven finishes. The plywood shell seat, veneered in oak, beech, or walnut, is available partially or fully upholstered, accepting a range of standard covers or COM.