A non-conventional seat which creates a quiet ambiance, protecting its user from external noise and giving rise to a private place to relax or make a call.


Pax is a cocoon-effect armchair composed of a powder-coated, wire basket metal frame covered by a soft, sculpted, upholstered foam shell. Individual neck, back, seat, and laptop cushions sit inside the oval-shaped volume on a swiveling pedestal and can be adjusted for comfort, multiple seated positions, and a flexible work environment.

Rockwell Group infused the Pax Chair with the spirit of the private office and home, but at the scale of adaptable, transformable furniture. The padded, enveloping shape creates a personalized environment for relaxation and concentration. Its acoustic and visual privacy makes it ideal for open office plans, public lounges, hospitality spaces, and lobbies. The frame and cushions are available in an extensive range of colors and upholstery options.



The new “room within a room”

Pax is not simply an armchair. Indeed, it is a room inside a room, a private place to isolate yourself, to read, listen to music, make a call or relax, but at the same time, the 360° swivel mechanism on the pedestal allows it to liaise with its surroundings. The curved shell creates a calm and collected atmosphere, creating micro-oases which insulate from outside noise while generating a cozy dimension.


The iconic globe

Based on the pure shape of a globe, Pax reinterprets the iconic Ball Chair designed in 1963 by Eero Aarnio.Indeed, David Rockwell’s objective was to reinterpret the concept of one of the most famous and popular classic creations of Finnish design, modernizing the project entirely in keeping with the digital era.