Allseating expands award-winning Tuck Collection


Tuck Nester marks the seventh addition to the brand’s acclaimed seating series

Allseating has announced the expansion of the Tuck Collection, with Tuck Nester, a nesting chair ideal for institutional settings that require a space-saving seating solution.

Tuck Nester was designed for environments where stacking is not practical, for instance in rooms with limited vertical space.

Tuck Nester is a compact, highly-durable seating system that allows each chair to group neatly together and ‘tucked’ away.

“The expanding Tuck collection is reflective of the evolving demands of our customers,” said Chris Binnendyk, president of Allseating.

“Tuck Nester was developed specifically to be a storage-friendly product, an imperative component for seating within institutional environments.”

Designed by Allseating in collaboration with Canadian Designer Todd Yetman; the Tuck family of award-winning seating is an accessible solution that is highly customisable, functional, and comfortable making it an ideal choice for healthcare environments.

Its lightweight design enabless Tuck to be neatly stacked and stored

Its lightweight design enabless Tuck to be neatly stacked and stored

Its lightweight design enabless Tuck to be neatly stacked and stored, while its sturdy frame with a linear aesthetic allows for continued, high-density use.

The Tuck family offers seven streamlined solutions and over 25 finish options allowing for visual continuity and versatility across any space.

Its forward-thinking design and functionality have been recognised with both a GOOD DESIGN Award and a Best of NeoCon Award

Made of polypropylene and steel, Tuck Nester is offered in a chrome frame as well as five frame paint finishes— Onyx, Smoke, Haze, Cotton, and Dune.

The seat back and arm caps are available in those same hues and can be specified with an upholstered seat or fully-upholstered seat and back.

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And the entire line is warrantied for parts and labour for 12 years.