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HÅG Tion by Flokk is a sustainable, customisable task-seating solution for anywhere

In this new age of distributed working, the new HÅG Tion from Flokk can sit effortlessly in any type of workplace – whether that’s a dining table, home office or traditional working environment.

20/12/2021 2 min read

Continuing Flokk’s tradition of design collaborations, HÅG Tion is the product of a joint effort between the Flokk in-house design team and design studios Anderssen & Voll, BIGGAME and Hunting & Narud.

Following extensive research into modern workspaces and home-working behaviours, the international team developed a task-chair concept that was aesthetically and ergonomically refined, easily adaptable to suit any interior style, built for durability and longevity, and – thanks to its neat frame and small footprint – suited to even the most compact of home-working set-ups.

Given the need for the chair to suit both home environments and offices, the design team have ensured the HÅG Tion is more aesthetically customisable than is usual in the field of workspace furniture. Seven colours of recycled plastic are available for the back and seat, along with five colours of aluminium finishes and a vast array of upholstery options – including textile finishes from Kvadrat, Gabriel, Camira and Norway’s heritage wool manufacturer Gudbrandsdalens Uldvarefabrik.

As well as giving individuals the freedom to choose colour combinations that improve their focus and mood, the HÅG Tion features the trademark HÅG inBalance® movement mechanism, an ergonomic feature providing comfort while encouraging movement and variations in posture, allowing the chair to move with the user’s body.

Made with energy-efficient processes using recycled and renewable materials wherever possible – including 94% post-consumer plastics to form the seat and backrest shells and 97–98% recycled aluminium for the base and optional armrests, it has the lowest carbon footprint of any task chair in the Flokk portfolio, making it the brand’s most sustainable to date.

‘With the introduction of colour-sorted post-consumer plastics, HÅG Tion is breaking barriers for Flokk by setting the standard for how to transfer more trash and resources astray into beautiful high-quality products,’ says Atle Thiis-Messel, Vice President of Sustainability at Flokk. ‘By also featuring the highest share of recycled materials in the Flokk portfolio to date, HÅG Tion is a true manifestation of Flokk’s ongoing efforts to reach several of our 2030 Sustainability Goals – such as using 1,500 tonnes of recycled plastics in our products by 2025 and having 60% recycled materials on average in our entire portfolio by 2030.’

The HÅG Tion will be available in a combination of wood, plastic and aluminium components, with or without armrests and upholstery and in a wide range of colours, styles and finishes.

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