As luxurious and comfortable
as a throne.


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Establishes personal spaces through a high backrest that decreases environmental impact, Peak injects splendour and comfort to living spaces through its extraordinary design and elliptic form.

Featuring a rich variety of colour and fabric options, Peak seamlessly blends into usage spaces and supports architectural structure with a throne-like design.

Peak is an ideal choice for numerous living spaces, including cafés, restaurants, work spaces, waiting rooms and lounge areas; you can utilize Peak side by side, facing one another, or in opposite directions to create a variety of seating options.






Being human is to care for future generations.



Peak is manufactured from 100% recyclable fiberglass (GRP) material.


Peak is manufactured at Numaş A.Ş. facilities, which holds ISO 14001 Environmental Management System Standard and OHSAS 18001 Health and Safety Management System Standard certificates.

Waste Management

At Numaş A.Ş., the waste chemical materials like powder paint, wet paint, thinner, chemical material packaging, phosphate sludge and laser dust are sent to relevant companies for recycling or are disposed in a manner that will not harm the environment.


100% recyclable material has been used for the packaging of Peak. The product packaging has been kept to a minimum, to decrease energy use during transportation.


The quality standards of Peak’s manufacturing and material, allow the product to have a long life. International bodies certify Peak’s high level of product security.

End of Life

The materials used in the manufacturing of Peak may be re-used or recycled at the end of its product life.


Born in 1950 in Istanbul, Aziz Sarıyer started to design furniture and interior design professionally after founding Derin Design in 1971. Sarıyer’s interest in the profession and his consistent work placed him in a major position in the world’s design arena. In 1999, he developed his collection he designed for Derin and a year later, he was among the few well-known brands. Sarıyer worked with Cappellini, Moroso, Zeritalia and Scia.

In 2004, Sarıyer was included in the 100 Designers of the 21st Century Encyclopedia, published by Terence Conran Publishing in the UK and his contribution for carrying the concept of design in Turkey to reach the developed design values of the world is major.

Please click here, for more information on Aziz Sarıyer.







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