Settings and environments were an important factor in the specification for this project. Furniture needed to be used in individual quiet zones as well as group environments. Libraries are typically used by individuals wanting to read, study and enjoy peaceful encounters. Both the furniture and the new space needed to reflect this requirement. With ‘setting the scene’ being something that Boss Design are becoming increasingly renowned for, the project was a huge success from start to finish. The versatility and diversity of the Albany seating collection has been considered for the project. With the sofa and arm chairs being used in breakout spaces, Albany was the ideal addition in an area designed for discussions and interactions. With morning/afternoon meetings, children’s playgroups or in general discussion areas, the combination of furniture, design and space works well in collaboration. The armchairs can also be seen in different areas of the building as a duo for more enclosed and segregated areas, and additionally as a trio in more open spaces.