Presenting Ollo, designed by Glen Oliver Loew


Ollo stays on pace with the spontaneous style of today’s work—pivoting between people, locations and tasks without breaking stride.

Improvise freely.


Share Freely

Loew Collage Single Seated S

Work Freely

Flexible in form and function, Ollo is a modern-day everywhere chair. It’s ready for anything and built to follow your lead.

Sit Freely

Ollo responds naturally to your movements—no adjusting necessary.

Loew Collage Single S

Share Freely

Communal by design, Ollo is a chair that everyone can get comfortable in. 

Back Spin Color

Design Freely

A clean update on familiar forms, Ollo’s modern aesthetic perks up any space with a welcoming vibe.

Go with the [Work]flow

Go with the [Work]flow

The office is a place of constant, unpredictable motion. Your day fluctuates from casual chats to critical meetings, and Ollo follows your lead with seamless flexibility - leveraging engineering and material advances to recognize and adjust to your movements and gestures

Loew Active Pivot S
Loew Balanced Back S

Active Pivot

Ollo’s active pivot creates a smooth, effortless recline without any manual adjustments. This automatic, synchronous motion between the back and the seat dynamically responds to your movements, sliding the seat forward and up as you recline.

A Balanced Back

Two complementary pieces are fused together to create a balanced back that provides the optimal amount of support, whether assuming relaxed or more focused postures. The lower back is structured and stable to provide lumbar support and control, while the upper back flexes to accommodate your movements.

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Glen Oliver Loew graduated with a Diploma in Industrial-Design from the University of Wuppertal in 1985. He then moved to Milan, where he received a master’s degree in design from Domus Academy in 1986.

In 1987 he started his collaboration with Antonio Citterio, in 1990 he became partner in Antonio Citterio & Partners in Milan, developing a large number of products for companies such as Ansorg, Flos, Hackman, Iittala, Kartell, Vitra and Vitrashop.

Loew is a Professor for Product Design at the Hochschule für bildende Künste in Hamburg. Since starting his own studio, he has collaborated with companies like Steelcase, Thonet and Knoll.



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