The Seattle Public Library included hundreds of pieces from Loll's Go Collection to complement the unique architectural surrounding. The Go Collection was Loll's first take on something beyond an Adirondack chair and like so many other collections, it started as a chair made from a 100% recycled and recyclable material and grew from there. It is more upright and has a taller seat height, making it easy to get in and out of that is a little more contemporary in design.
The Seattle Public Library selected Loll furniture for its design aesthetic, as well as its practicality for such a demanding space - the furniture is easy-to-clean with non-porous surfaces that will not harbour dirt or mould, is maintenance free and utilises a hidden fastening system so component parts can be removed and replaced if damaged or vandalised. And of course, they are made from recycled and recyclable plastic milk jugs.