Lounge Seating

Crosshatch Settee

A Crosshatch Settee with a walnut frame, black cords, and a light neutral fabric, viewed at an angle.

Two seats, one unmistakable look

A lattice of hand-strung parachute cords provides the barely-there structure that gives the Crosshatch Settee its lightweight, transparent silhouette. This iteration of the Crosshatch Chair extends its sculpted wood frame to comfortably seat up to two people. A wide selection of finishes, upholstery options, and cord colors helps it blend in or stand out across a range of interiors.

Designed by

Built in
Hildebran, NC


A detailed shot of a Crosshatch Settee with a walnut frame, black cords, and light neutral fabric. Viewed from the back at an angle.

Wood Joinery

The intricate wood joinery of the base is a common design element across the Crosshatch family of seating.

A Crosshatch Settee with a walnut frame, black cords, and a light neutral fabric. Viewed from the back.

Borrowed from Industry

Parachute cords, a material common to other industries, though not typically used in furniture, come in a choice of colors.

A Crosshatch family shot featuring a Crosshatch Stool, Crosshatch Settee, Crosshatch Chair, and Crosshatch Side Chair.

Family Ties

The Crosshatch Settee is a welcome addition to the Crosshatch family.

Black-and-white image of hands installing parachute cords on a Crosshatch lounge chair.

Design Story

Design legend Ward Bennett’s pioneering use of industrial materials inspired the designers of EOOS in their material selection for the Crosshatch Settee. The designers’ use of parachute cords—a common industrial material—would have earned Bennett's approval.

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Interior Design NYCxDesign Awards Honoree

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