HBF Introduces Sleek, Flexible Morgan Chair
HBF’s latest seating solution, the Morgan Chair, elevates the contract sphere with refined details and its dedication to comfort and flexibility. Designed to pair with newly introduced Max Chair, released at NeoCon 2019, Morgan distinguishes itself with its gently sloping arms that add a touch of sleek elegance. A total of 12 possible configurations and infinite custom options make Morgan a sophisticated, timeless seating solution with inherent individuality for any environment.
With modern, angled arms and a deep, supportive back, Morgan provides the right balance of relaxation and structure. Available as a lounge chair, settee, or sofa – the Morgan Chair is suitable for any layout with a design that is equally functional in workspaces as it is relaxing in guest or lounge spaces. Built with a lower, shallower dimension, Morgan allows for an easy, accessible, and comfortable sit. Morgan’s open base option presents an airy aesthetic and accommodates for easy cleaning and maintenance. The gracefully curved wooden base option allows for a more organic aesthetic.
“The Morgan chair is inherently customizable to suit a wide range of client needs and aesthetics,” adds Dan Chong, HBF President. “This flexibility and design quality, paired with Morgan’s classic look and form, emanates thoughtful attention to comfort and multipurpose use.”
Morgan is incredibly adaptable with 12 possible versions, ranging from a lounge chair, a two-person settee, to a sofa. It is available in an unlimited number of upholstery and leather combinations and includes a base available in black metal, polished aluminum, brushed aluminum, or in ash wood offered in a variety of core finishes (smoke opaque, black opaque, grey opaque, warm white opaque, mist opaque, denim opaque, pewter opaque, peppercorn opaque, designer white opaque, clear, amber, warm brick, nutmeg, bark, dark roast, and sumatra) or curated finishes (conifer opaque, blueridge opaque, cameo opaque, cordovan opaque, and bittersweet opaque).