In response to the growing demand for flexible seating solutions, Komac – by Boss Design – has unveiled a new and diverse range of upholstered modular furniture. Completely flexible and reconfigurable, this versatile collection provides specifiers and designers infinite layout configurations.
Complete with eleven linkable seating units, three privacy screens, side tables and arms that accommodate power, a series of modules can be created and combined to suit any shape desired for complete flexibility. Together with an infinite choice of fabric configurations and vibrant leg finishes, Myriad is guaranteed to revive any interior space.
Private ‘huddle’ spaces, together with stunning ‘islands’ and ‘chain’ modules form the basis of Myriad’s infinitely flexible design. Whilst huddles assist with collaborative working, islands facilitate touchdown connectivity. Complete with or without backs, and integrated power modules, islands also support the ‘work anywhere’ philosophy. Meanwhile, Myriad’s chain modules enable the furniture to be mixed, linked and easily moved around, thereby offering endless possibilities for a more dynamic and collaborative workspace.
Commenting on this market changing design, Julie Skipp at Komac says:
“Myriad sets the benchmark for flexible seating in the corporate, hospitality and education sectors. Thanks to its infinite versatility, specifiers can not only meet the brief for multiple design configurations from one dynamic collection, they can also satisfy a wide range of users and environments.”
Myriad also boasts an extensive line-up of extras that may be mixed and matched to enhance each configuration. These include laptop tables, privacy screens, linking arms (with or without power), portable media units, freestanding tables, coffee tables and multi-purpose chairs.
For the ultimate in comfort, Myriad boasts solid plywood internal frames, moulded foam seats and backrest foam and sprung seats. A wide choice of leg frames and finishes are also available to provide the ultimate design solution.