The Collection
Clark is our no-nonsense answer to the most diverse aspects of flexible working. With its straight, down-to-earth and efficient design and performant acoustics it offers a wide scope of solutions, from lounge to meeting pod. The optimal working top fit of the flip-top seater makes it a full size working space in its own right. The stitched pattern in seats and backs prevent from wrinkling and make the range perfectly suitable for public areas. The sofa modules come with powder coated steel or solid oak legs.



Clark is available in many different configurations, such as the 6-seater train bench, the pod, the cabin, the flip-top seater and many more. All settings with high backrests come with acoustic solution panels as standard. A must have option for Clark is the power cushion, which can be placed in-between two seats and has a power outlet at the front end.



The robust natural oak or the sleek powder coated steel legs in combination with the stitching in the seating gives Clark a distinctive look that separates it from everything else on the market.


Built to last

The Clark range is especially made for intensive use, which makes it suitable for public areas such as lobbies and contemporary waiting areas. Thanks to its well-shaped legs, the whole assortment of Clark has a good ground clearance and is easy to clean underneath. The stitching in the seating makes the fabric less wrinkle sensitive and more durable.






Born in 1970 in The Netherlands, he started his art & design education at the Design Academy in Eindhoven, in 1988 and graduated in 1999 at the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Utrecht as product designer. In between he studied in several countries abroad and before graduated for Fine Arts in 1993. In 1999 he started his independent design studio in the Netherlands and built his network of different companies all over the world. Dirk played a decisive role in the creation of Conceptual Furniture Design and its strategic orientation. He designed most of our soft seating ranges, his leading design principle being that furniture should adapt to every style and any environment.
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