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Pause Mobile Ottoman.

An ottoman on wheels to match the Pause Seating System

Designed and manufactured in New Zealand by Harrows, the Pause Mobile Ottoman is made for the agile commercial space. Versatile and compact, the soft fabric and sloping lines help to soften and warm and space. It has applications in work spaces, breakout spaces, meeting rooms, libraries, universities and more.

Mounted on wheels with a rotation of 360 degrees, this furniture piece shuffles around the office with ease. It is a great furniture addition for encouraging collaboration in the workplace, allowing colleagues to easily pull up alongside a desk, and tucking away easily after you’re done.

The Pause Mobile Ottoman is designed to accompany the Pause Seating System, a collection which features ottomans and lounges with endless configuration options.

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Material
Upholstery over foam on timber frame
Mounted on swivel castor wheels
Finishes
Upholstered in any fabric
Dimensions
Footprint 500 round
Seat 430 round
Seat 450h
Application
Indoor use
Lead Time
Made to order - 4 to 6 weeks
Warranty
5 year commercial warranty

Keep things moving

Make things happen at pace and always have an extra seat at arms length. The Pause Mobile Ottoman rolls into the office space with grace and poise. Tucking away under desks or tables for easy access when needed. It is an innovation on the traditional office ottoman with wheels, sliding this design into the must have category for every agile workplace.

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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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