Impart Seating System.

A modular seating system with endless design possibilities

Impart is designed and manufactured in New Zealand by Harrows. It is a modular seating system offering a versatile and attractive solution for public spaces, lounges and break out areas.

The modular design combines a series of corner pieces and lengths, with the option of straight or curved ends. The raised design with stylish steel legs creates a fresh and open environment for communicating and sharing. It also allows easy access for cleaning, making it ideal public seating for hospital and health spaces, and public lobbies like libraries and museums.

You can personalise this design through configuration as well as powder coat colours for the legs, and selecting any fabric for upholstery.

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Upholstery over foam on timber frame with steel legs
Upholstered in any fabric
Steel legs in any powder coat colour
Privacy screens available
Power Integration options
Standard sizes
1600l x 810d
2100l x 810d
2600l x 810d
35° Curve - 1200mm Radius
Seat 420h, Lounge back 760h
Indoor use
Lead Time
Made to order - 4 to 6 weeks
5 year commercial warranty

Upholstered any way you like

Wool, polyester or vinyl? The choice of fabric for upholstering the Impart Seating System can completely transform the look and feel of the design. A commercial grade vinyl is a great option for spaces like hospitals and healthcare furniture thanks to factors like being hard wearing and easy to clean. Choose a felted wool and the design morphs into a warm and softer design with a corporate feel, perfect for office waiting areas and hotel lobby furniture.


About the Designer - Mark Suckling

Mark Suckling was born in Timaru, New Zealand and learned the craft of furniture making in the family business. Inspired by his surroundings and industrious tendencies, He began to create his own designs to feed a design driven market hungry for NZ designs and NZ made.

As Managing Director of Harrows, he is in a unique position to see designs through from concept to prototyping to the marketplace with an exceptional hands-on approach. Mark doesn't believe design needs to be complicated, but it should be both functional and aesthetically exciting.
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