St. Germain

Taking design cues from mid-century modern styling, the St. Germain bench features an exposed wood base, tapered legs, and the option of a panel or tufted cushion—a visual and tactile detail evocative of luxury and comfort.


Poufs & Benches

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Benches 540-56B

  • Bench
  • Plain Cushion

Dimensions

  • Fabric Yardage 5.00 yards
  • Square Feet 90 sq.ft.
  • Width 56.0"
  • Depth 25.5"
  • Height 18.0"

List Price (standard finishes)

  • COM: $3,225
  • COL: $3,548

Benches 540-02T

  • Tufted Cushion

Dimensions

  • Fabric Yardage 2.50 yards
  • Square Feet 45 sq.ft.
  • Width 25.5"
  • Depth 25.5"
  • Height 18.0"

List Price (standard finishes)

  • COM: $1,647
  • COL: $1,812

Benches 540-02

  • Plain Cushion

Dimensions

  • Fabric Yardage 2.50 yards
  • Square Feet 45 sq.ft.
  • Width 25.5"
  • Depth 25.5"
  • Height 18.0"

List Price (standard finishes)

  • COM: $1,545
  • COL: $1,700


Finishes

Pricing shown is for standard finishes. Download the pricelist for complete pricing information.

Wood

Maple

MAP1

Bright

MAP2

Natural

MAP3

Auburn

MAP4

Fawn

MAP5

Java

MAP6

Royal

MAP7

Espresso

MAP8

Iron

MAP9

Ebony

Walnut (premium finish)

WAL1

Natural

WAL2

Deep

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Design

Ed Wood

Ed Wood is a Design Director and Principal in the New York office of Gensler. Ed’s virtuosity as a multi-disciplinary designer is reflected in the range of projects he undertakes, including interior design for professional services firms and corporate headquarters, as well as publishing, education and healthcare projects. In addition to publication in media such as The New York Times, Architecture, Interior Design and Metropolis, Ed’s work has received awards from the International Interior Design Association (IIDA) and the American Institute of Architects (AIA). Ed designed the St. Germain sofa and lounge chair for Martin Brattrud.