The Von Bench is an integral part of the Von collection by New York-based design firm Hlynur Atlason. It has been crafted to give off the warm, natural feeling of home—perfect for use in a commercial or residential environment. The inspiration for this range comes from the classic 427 chair designed by Ercol’s founder Lucian Ercolani in 1956.
This highly anticipated range is available in several contemporary fabrics, leathers and finishes. Von is designed to bring comfort, warmth and a natural pallet to places that traditionally lack in this sensibility without compromising any of the functionality that we have come to expect from furniture used in a contract setting.
Sustainable ash or walnut
Available in a range of designer textile options
Please view the Ercol brand book for detailed product variants
Our furniture and lighting products generally require production and transport lead times. Please contact us to confirm timeframe.
The Bench is part of a larger Von collection. Pair the Bench with the Coffee Table and several Von Chairs to create an inviting and relaxing space.
The Maker /
Ercol was founded in England in 1920 by a young Italian, Lucian Ercolani. His simple goal was to make furniture that was well designed and made in a good working environment by craftsmen who took real pride in their jobs. Today, Ercol remains a family owned company committed to protecting and sharing its highly celebrated legacy.
The Designer /
Hlynur V. Atlason
New York based, Icelandic born, Hlynur V. Atlason founded his eponymous design studio in 2004, working with international clients focused on creating fresh furniture and consumer products. What sits at the center of Atlason’s approach is curiosity, love for well designed objects and the desire to keep improving our world.
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Ercol Lara Chairs at The Chapel of St. Peter by Stevens Lawson Architects
We are delighted to share the images of the newly completed Chapel of St. Peter at Auckland School St. Peter's College. It has been a privilege to be involved in providing the furniture for a stunning new piece of New Zealand architecture.