A world leader in healthcare products have recently refurbished their traditional office space in central London, creating a refined and modern office aesthetic.
Working together with The Design Works Group, Boss Design provided furniture for the boardroom, executive meeting room and reception space, adding to the high level of quality and considered aesthetic warranted by this project.
For the boardroom, Boss Design provided 42 of its intuitive Trinetic task chairs. The chairs were chosen in a white mesh back contrasted by a ‘Chalk’ toned leather seat. As the boardroom will be used by a variety of people in the workplace, it was important that the chair suited multiple users without the need for manual user adjustments each time. Trinetic is the perfect chair for such purposes, as the flexible seat and backrest cradle the user in an ergonomically-sound position without the need for manual intervention.
Two large Deploy tables were chosen for the boardroom and executive meeting space, both with white tops, silver frames and power and data ports to facilitate the use of technology during meetings.
Boss Design’s sleek and classic Layla collection was chosen for the reception area, with three and four-seater sofas, an armchair and a coffee table welcoming visitors and employees alike to the fully refurbished office space. Layla seating was specified in an off-white leather with a chrome frame, complemented by the sandblasted glass top and chrome frame of the Layla coffee table.
The chosen furniture gave visitors a great first impression, whilst setting the modern aesthetic and high standards for rest of the office.
The Design Works Group were approached to deliver a contemporary modern office space. The building is listed and correct lighting was a key design consideration so white and silver surfaces were maximised in order to improve light reflectance wherever possible. Boss Design were selected as a furniture partner due to quality, contemporary aesthetics and an excellent range of fabric choices.
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