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Dau Tables

A collection of upholstered sofas, benches, poufs, and lounge chairs, Dau offers every element designers need to create dynamic lounge environments. Optional casters and handles make the pieces easy to rearrange, while complementary tables—including side, coffee, and tablet models—provide surfaces upon which to rest a computer or cup of coffee. Seating comes in multiple sizes, allowing pieces to fill oddly shaped nooks as well as open-plan spaces. All items can stand alone or be grouped, with colors and textiles able to be mixed and matched.

Launching August 2022


Dau’s seating comes in multiple lengths, allowing it to fit in oddly shaped nooks as well as open-plan spaces. Agile and dynamic, the collection suits collaborative environments; it also works well in offices, hospitality settings, and educational facilities.

Core Components

  • Lounge chairs
  • Side and coffee tables
  • Poufs
  • Benches
  • Tablet arm on a swivel


  • Lounge: single, single plus and double
  • Poufs: Mini single, mini double, single, double and island
  • Tables: wire and upholstered bases, and lounge tablet arms
  • Table surfaces: solid wood, wood veneer, laminate, solid surface and Caesarstone
  • Plastic, rubber or felt glides, and casters
  • All units with casters come with a leather or felt handle

Sustainable Design Features

  • Greenguard IAQ Certified
  • Level® 2 Certified
  • CARB-Certified internal plywood frames
  • Plant-Based, CFC-free polyurethane molded foam
  • Water-based adhesives
  • VOC-free powder coat finish



Designed by Yonoh Studio

“We design simple, but take care with details,” says Clara del Portillo of Studio Yonoh’s approach. Indeed: Del Portillo and partner Alex Selma combine innovation with a pared-down aesthetic, experimenting with shape and materials while making every element count. There is nothing superfluous in the designs of the Valencia, Spain-based duo. But their work still exudes a playfulness and humanity absent in much minimalist fare. “You have to think how people will interact with the object,” says Del Portillo, “because you want them to want to use it every day.”