The 2017 Fall Collection From Hightower

Hightower continues adding to their roster of modern office products born from collaborations with established architects and designers. The brand recently launched their Fall 2017 collection with pieces from Most Modest, Form Us With Love, Strand + Hvass, and Kilo Designs, that are perfect for any type of modern office or hospitality situation.

Designed by Form Us With Love, Nest Easy expands their Nest series with a high-backed chair and matching ottoman. The tall sides offer a bit of privacy and quiet within open office spaces.

The Lonan Screen, by Most Modest, helps reduce noise and distractions as an upholstered privacy screen. The design is available with their latest powder coated color options for the bases with wooden poles in ash or walnut. The screen comes in two fairly neutral fabrics.

Four Cast’2 Wood is an updated chair design by Strand + Hvass that is now available with a tapered oak wood base and new shell in your choice of nine color options. It also comes in a full upholstered version (below).

Jaxon, another design from Most Modest, is a modern stacking stool that comes in a bunch of fresh new colors, an ash or walnut seat (plus an upholstered seat pad option), and in two heights.

Also from Most Modest, Kona is a collection of comfortable sofas and now they’re adding a new work surface that fits on the back of the sectional as well as the Kona Laptop Table (below) and Kona Tables that are cafe and bar height.

From Kilo Design, Kilo Islands are a bench system designed for flexible spaces that might need to change things up. The organic shaped modules can be used alone or in a group, and with two optional backrests.

The Ruby collection, by Hightower themselves, now comes in 10 new powder coated colors and your choice of a wood, cork, or laminate top.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.