Arthur CityScape from Lyndon by Boss Design has become extremely popular with specifiers looking for a modular solution that echoes the trend for informal and relaxed seating across both corporate and hospitality environments, without compromising on function or aesthetics.
Fusing low and high back seating, Arthur CityScape is suitable for multiple habitats in the workplace. Whether it’s to provide the perfect breakout space for employees to rest and escape from a busy work environment, working in solitude, or making phone calls, it offers the intimacy and privacy vital for modern methods of working. Equally, it is at home within informal meeting areas, reception spaces and atriums, as well as hotel foyers.
Tim Armitt, Managing Director at Lyndon explains: “Right from the get-go, Arthur CityScape has been a real winner with specifiers as its dual height options provide both the intimacy of the high back and the openness of the low back all in one single configuration and layout. More enclosed and inclusive layouts can be created courtesy of the high back option, which offers a more private and intimate feel if needed. Meanwhile, the low back option proposes a more relaxed environment, suitable for breakout spaces and more informal meetings.
“With square footage at a premium, it’s important to maximise space in any environment, and with 25 configurations available, this stunning and flexible seating arrangement can be tailored to fit multiple spaces in a variety of interiors,” adds Tim.
The shape and form of Arthur CityScape draws inspiration from the modern city. With its contrasting heights of high back and low back seating, the collection offers both standard and high backed sofas in compact and large sizes, along with linkable armless sofas and corner units. A bold handcrafted beech under frame that is available in a range of stained finishes and painted frame options, together with horizontal panelling, lumbar cushions and contrasting fabrics and colours, help to make a dramatic and distinctive design statement.