Foster 620 comprises six seating sections that can be interchangeably combined to create different layouts. It features a straight section, a semi-circular end segment, and two types of curved elements - a compact and a lazy curve, which can be adapted to any setting. Designed by architect Norman Foster, the Foster 620 is designed to bring people together in an informal setting for group discussions or as individual seats, and can be part of any lobby, waiting room or lounge space. Its flexibility allows it to become part of a dynamic environment and respond to changing needs of any organization. Each element has a short backrest and a generous seat, which are supported by thin blade-like legs that almost disappear under the seat, as it appears to float effortlessly. Timber tables with tops matt powder-coated black or bronze, or lacquered in copper complete the ensemble.