SEE!

Designed by Michael Vanderbyl

Easy elegance. 

SEE! Module center (open and closed)
SEE! Module center wide (open and closed)
SEE! Module center x wide (open and closed)
SEE! Closed module 45 deg (concave and convex)
SEE! Closed module 90 deg (concave and convex)
A patio view of Haworth HQ featuring SEE! seating and JANUS Titan Umbrella

Artful Simplicity 

The best spaces have the power to inspire moments of discovery and possibility, energizing people as they think, create, and connect. Those are the moments that prompted designer Michael Vanderbyl to name his modular lounge collection SEE! The pieces are all at once substantial and open, inspired by the designer’s love for the California coastline.

Collaborative Modularity 

Welcoming, comfortable, and livable, SEE! is a modular collection designed to support the way people connect and work today. The mix of versatile shapes, sizes, and designs can be combined in countless configurations to fit the footprint and function of any setting. Add pieces with clever, cutout storage to serve a practical or purely decorative purpose. 

A patio view of Haworth HQ featuring SEE! seating and JANUS Titan Umbrella
SEE! outdoor furniture by JANUS et Cie

Social Design

From casual morning meetings to cocktails on a rooftop deck, SEE! creates social spaces that help people view the world from a different perspective. Designed to form collaborative configurations—like semi-circles or L- and U-shapes—SEE! is social at heart, making a statement about your culture and brand. In keeping with JANUS et Cie’s love for outdoor spaces, SEE! is also impervious to the elements and designed for a lifetime of use. 

Specs & downloads

Specifications

Product Style Width Depth Overall Height
Module center (open and closed) 26" 36.25" 31"
Module center wide (open and closed) 36.25" 36.25" 31"
Module center x wide (open and closed) 54.25" 36.25" 31"
Closed module 45 deg (concave and convex) 39.75" 36.25" 31"
Closed module 90 deg (concave and convex) 68.5" 36.25" 31"
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