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Don't call them bean bags. Aussie soft mod revolution by Ambient Lounge®
21 Aug 2017
by James Brandon
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When leading Australian interior designer's and architects think of commercial lounge furniture solutions, they rarely think of 'bean bags’ as their choice of furniture.
Times have changed.
Lifestyles have changed.
Freedom is now structured. Form has evolved.
Beauty, quality and flexibility is now new-age designer soft furniture.
Ambient Lounge® have revolutionized poly-filled furniture from objects of shapeless comfort into beautiful, contemporary luxury modular seating solutions.
It’s why they've won major global projects like Singapore’s Changi Airport, 50+ UK University Accommodation Fitouts, Phillips Japan’s Tokyo Corporate headquarters, Richard Branson’s Kensington Rooftop Gardens and Australia’s Moonlight Cinemas.
So How is Ambient Lounge® modular furniture structured?
Clever innovation & new manufacturing techniques combine Internal Elastics with thick cushioned quilting and internal bead compartmentalization. Ambient Lounge’s innovative elastic system forms gorgeous stand-alone seating seating that join via YKK zips and custom made premium UK-compliant Fire retardant fabric. Amazingly, their detailed pieces have up to 100 internal elastics points (joined from front to back) to create the firm seating stability …
Experienced and geared for project business, Ambient Lounge® have in-house architects that fully understand projects, specs and processes. They're the direct manufacturer of both the fabric & the furniture - so control and communicate everything for you from concept to project delivery.
Soften your Australian home or commercial residential space and add:
….. Just don’t call them bean bags!
Want to try them out? Visits to our Ambient Lounge® mornington showroom welcome. For specs, stockists, trade enquiries & general enquiries about our modular range, please call 1300 707 121 and speak to our experts Gary or Marguerite. Alternatively email your commercial project or brief to firstname.lastname@example.org