August H3

Product information

Width: 78 cm
Height: 185 cm
Depth: 75 cm
Seat depth: 48 cm
Seat height: 45 cm

Solid wood and plywood

Seat & backrest
Durable and fireproof HR-foam; fixed seat and back cushions

1. Solid oak (metal & timber frame); finishing options that can be ordered separately at customer’s request: solid ash, stained and varnished
2. Powder-coated metal legs; anti-slip soles
3. 360° rotating leg, powder-coated metal

Additional information
The cover fabric is not removable; sides and rear wall of H3 models: only felt cover fabric

ADDITIONAL TABLE T1 (80x36xH70 cm): innovative Valchromat mdf, high-pressure laminate; frame: powder-coated metal
ADDITIONAL TABLE T2 (40x25xH46 cm): innovative Valchromat mdf, high-pressure laminate; frame: powder-coated metal; table can be moved
ADDITIONAL TABLE T3 (110x55xH70 cm): innovative Valchromat mdf, high-pressure laminate; frame: powder-coated metal

August sofa collection is in accordance with standard EN 16139:2013 including correction EN 16139:2013/AC:2013 (Furniture – Strength, durability and safety – Requirements for non- domestic seating) level of test severity L1 requirements.

5 years

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Work privately

Focus purely on the task in hand thanks to sound- absorbing walls or make phone calls without disturbing others.

August sofas come in different variations. You can have an armchair or a sofa; you can choose among three different heights of the backrest; you can add a roof to create more separated seating; you can combine them with a wall to create a Workbay; not to mention the endless possibilities of fabric and colour options. 

Designed by

Pent Talvet/ Iseasi

Iseasi is a design firm boasting a wealth of experience. Its core strength has always been industrial design, but thanks to the needs of its clients (and the trust they place in the company) it now works on a much broader scale.

Iseasi’s message, and the aim of its designers, is first and foremost to find ways of offering greater value to end-users. This pertains to the functionality, usability and attractiveness of every product, and much more besides. As such, one of the most important tasks of the designer is to protect the interests of the user, so to speak: to plan a product in such a way that it’s easy to understand and use and both honest and hard-wearing.