For designers wanting to add custom seating specific to the architecture of their space, whether it’s a hotel lobby, restaurant, or workplace, it couldn’t be easier to bring their plans into reality than with Luna. Visually, the modern banquette seating collection designed by Anthony Land for commercial furnishings brand Stylex is defined by its elegant curves and sculptural symmetry. Behind the scenes though, its most appealing feature is its customizability. Using Stylex’s design tools (CET and Revit), designers can specify their seating design to fit any space by conforming to the perimeter of a room or transforming an open area.
Luna gets its name from the half-moon shaped arm. The segments of the seating interlock using ganging brackets to form one continuous shape while the base options can be ordered as a plinth, with legs, or specified to integrate with custom built-in millwork. A variety of accessories transforms the seating to meet additional needs and preferences, including wireless charging trays, planters to add a biophilic element, and wood side tables in oak, maple, walnut, and black wood. Luna can be powered by a 3-prong plug if placed near an outlet or hardwired with power to become completely untethered from power sources. With endless ways to configure the collection, Luna invites collaboration and interaction in beautifully designed public spaces.
To learn more about the Luna collection, visit stylexdesign.com.