Boss Design announces new product line-up at 100% Design

Boss Design will once again take centre stage at 100% Design and is set to ignite the show with the launch of a series of pioneering new products. Alongside a contemporary and luxurious lounge chair collection, the iconic brand will unveil a new standalone media wall to extend its eminent soft office collection. The award-winning Coza task chair will also make its debut at this flagship event and will be shown alongside the company’s award-winning multi-function flip-top table, Deploy.

The new lounge chair collection, Marnie, presents an exciting fusion of elegant design, premium upholstery and attention to detail. Embodying luxury and style, this understated collection features a high and low back arm chair, with its full body and angular back shape lending itself perfectly to versatile upholstery. It is the ideal choice for breakout and reception areas, as well as hospitality lounges.

The new media wall boasts the latest in technology, comfort and ergonomics, and is designed to effectively break up large, open plan spaces with exceptional seating and technology combined into one striking place. It is ideally suited for team meetings and collaborative tasks.

Commenting on its presence at the show, Brian Murray, Managing Director of The Boss Design Group says: “As we continue to expand and diversify our product portfolio, 100% Design presents the perfect platform to showcase our pioneering developments.

“Following our success at NeoCon in Chicago, where we scooped Best of NeoCon Silver Award for our revolutionary task chair, Coza, we are excited to see the reaction of the UK’s leading design event,” he adds.

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