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Verve Bucket

Created for casual office, hospitality and educational spaces, the newest member of the Verve family has a relaxed profile and broad seat that supports a wide range of postures. Its angled back and rolled-down arms recall the elegance of a lounge chair, while its polypropylene shell gently wraps around the body, offering built-in lumbar support and just the right amount of flex.

Launching July 2022


Designed for the spaces where people meet and work, Verve is ideal for office, hospitality, and clinical applications. The chair’s inherent flex promotes healthy sitting and movement, while its range of bases, including sled and 4- and 5-blade options, help it serve equally well in guest and conference rooms.

Core components

  • 5-blade height adjustable
  • 4-blade, swivel, fixed height
  • 4-blade, non-swivel, fixed height
  • sled base, non-stacking
  • 4-leg tube frame
  • 4-leg aluminum frame
  • 4-leg wood frame


  • Upholstered Seat Pads, Fully Upholstered
  • Hard or Soft Wheel Casters
  • Plastic Glides or Glides with Felt Pads
  • Contrasting Thread


Shells are injection-molded, recyclable polypropylene. 4 and 5-blade bases are recyclable cast aluminum, as are arms. Sled base frames are 5/8”, 16-gauge tube. Upholstery pads are 1” of CFC-free, high-density polyurethane foam over injection-molded polypropylene substrates.

Sustainable design features

  • Greenguard IAQ Certified (Coming Soon)
  • Level® 2 Certified
  • Recycled content aluminum base (four and five-blade models) and arms
  • Recyclable steel tube base on sled frame models
  • VOC-free powder coat finish
  • Water-based adhesives




Designed by Mark Kapka

Mark Kapka sees furniture as an intimate part of our lives, with our bodies interacting with these objects in personal, tactile ways. Since founding his eponymous, San Francisco-based studio in 1997, Kapka has concentrated on furnishings—and, in particular, seating—for a wide range of residential and contract manufacturers. An understated elegance marks his pieces, which he grounds in the practicalities and technicalities of design, ergonomics, and end use.

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