Avila is the quintessential adaptable seating collection with standard and high back options, long, short or curved chairs; and multiple table, arm, and leg options. Integrated clean-outs and solid surface components also provide highly functional and beautiful healthcare seating configurations. Make your own design statement with Avila’s vast finishes, arm options, and sculpted wood or metal legs.
The Avila collection of lounge furniture offers a wide array of shapes and components for endless configurations in both public and private spaces.
Seat backs feature an optional horizontal flute for added elegant detailing.
All cushioned products feature standard field-replaceable upholstery to easily create a healthy and sustainable choice for healthcare seating.
A simple ganging leg component easily connects seats and tables for unlimited configuration options.
Tapered legs are available in both wood and metal options. Legs also include a ganging version to share between two adjacent units or single legs to create freestanding furniture.
Push-Through Clean-Outs between the seat and back insure ease of cleaning and maintenance.
Elegant molded arms are available in both wood and solid surface. Upholstered arms can be attached at the end or between seating units.
All upholstered seams feature an elegant top-stitch and exceptional attention to details.
Avila Inspiration Starters
• Approximately 10′ x 6′
Avila Sofa with molded wood arms
• 2 Avila lounge chairs with upholstered arms
• Pilsen 18 x 20 round table
• Approximately 9′-6″ x 2′-6″
Avila three-seater configuration with two narrow tables and molded wood arms
• 3 Avila lounge chairs with molded wood arms on each end
• 2 single depth narrow tables
• Approximately 19′-8″ x 4′-8″
Avila double-sided sofa configuration with double depth tables
• 4 double-sided sofas
• 3 double depth tables
• Approximately 10′ x 10′
Avila corner configuration
• Sofa with LAF molded wood arm
• 2 narrow wedge tables
• Inside quarter
• Sofa with RAF molded wood arm
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