Modern goods: Lock seating by Housefish

Denver-based furniture manufacturer Housefish launched a line of seating made from laser cut steel and multi-core plywood with a maple or walnut veneer  Called Lock, Housefish’s latest seating solution is available in two styles: the Lock chair, and the Lock counter stool. Designed and manufactured in the US, both styles are made combining FSC certified plywood with powder coated steel. The seats are assembled by sliding the seat into the locking notch in the back and inserting four screws. Both come packaged in sets of two and are made in Denver from 100 percent US-sourced materials and parts.

Housefish is a Denver-based furniture manufacturer and design company that merges technology and craft to produce sustainable and affordable modern goods.

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