Today, Geiger introduces the Crosshatch Settee by EOOS, the latest extension of the Crosshatch Seating Family, which made its debut at NeoCon 2014 with the launch of the Crosshatch Chair. The Crosshatch Settee shares the original Crosshatch Chair’s distinctive silhouette, created by a lattice of hand-strung parachute cords, but offers enough room to comfortably seat up to two people.
People tend to be drawn to spaces that support casual collaboration in the workplace, which often become the most popular settings in the office. Trends point to the increased prominence of spaces that encourage collaboration, even while the typical office footprint shrinks. The Crosshatch Settee is an ideal addition to these working lounges and can be used across an office landscape to support individual or collaborative work.
The Crosshatch Settee reflects Geiger’s approach to industrialized craft. In addition to contributing to the settee’s striking visual appeal, the parachute cords provide structure for its floating seat and gently curved wood frame. The Crosshatch Settee is available in a selection of natural woods in more than 30 finishes, a wide variety of upholstery options, and varying cord colors to help it blend in or stand out across a range of interiors.
With list pricing starting at $3,915, the Crosshatch Settee will be orderable through Geiger and Herman Miller’s North American contract dealer network—beginning summer 2019.
At Geiger, why we do things and how we do them are inexorably one. Achieving quality through craft, celebrating materiality through elegant simplicity, improving the work environment for individuals through design that endures. Standards of craftsmanship and customer satisfaction set more than 50 years ago by founder John Geiger have driven the company’s growth and continued to inspire people today. Founded in Toronto and headquartered in Atlanta since 1979, Geiger is a wholly owned subsidiary of publicly held Herman Miller, Inc.
Founded in 1995, EOOS operates in the fields of furniture and product design as well as shop design. For EOOS, design is a poetical discipline between archaic and high-tech. EOOS examines rituals, myths and intuitive images as a starting point within the scope of Poetical Analysis. To date, EOOS has over 15 technical patents and has received more than 130 international awards.