Epoca Collection

designed by Stefano Getzel

Architecture is the will of an epoch translated into space. – Mies Van der Rohe

More than a family of chairs, Epoca is a seating system. Yes, it’s fun, playful and a departure from the norm. But, it’s also serious, durable, and loaded with all the options you need for your projects.

Explore Epoca and see how it relates to Mies Van der Rohe’s comment on architecture.


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Product Details, Pricing & Specs


  • Epoca 4700 4 Leg Armless Chair – Stackable
  • Epoca 4700L 4 Leg Loop Arm Chair – Stackable
  • Epoca 4700A 4 Leg Cantilever Arm Chair – Stackable
  • Epoca 4700TA Tablet Arm Chair – Stackable
  • Epoca 4702 Sled Base Armless Chair – Stackable
  • Epoca 4702A Sled Base Arm Chair – Stackable
  • Epoca 4705 Pedestal Swivel Chair
  • Epoca 4705A Pedestal Swivel Arm Chair
  • Epoca 4704 Task Chair – Armless
  • Epoca 4704A Task Chair with Arms
  • Epoca 4703 Sled Base Barstool – Stackable
  • Epoca 4708 4 Leg Barstool – Stackable
  • Epoca 4700W Wood Leg Side Chair
  • Epoca 4709 Paper Clip Lounge
  • Epoca 4710 5 Point Swiveling Lounge
  • Epoca 4711 4 Point Swiveling Lounge
  • Epoca 4712 Disc Base Swiveling Lounge
  • Epoca 4700LHR Lounge Series with Headrest

Designer Profile.

Italian designer and architect Stefano Getzel was born in Italy in 1958. He moved to the United States at an early age to pursue his studies in Architecture, Art and Philosophy. In the beginning of his career, Getzel worked at Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Practice in New York. This experience gave him the opportunity to collaborate in notable architecture and design projects while simultaneously allowing him to meet some of the most renowned names in the field.

1988 Getzel returned to Italy and established his own multi-disciplinary firm, the Getzel Design Studio. The Studio’s projects range from architecture and industrial design to applied arts and graphics projects.