Year on year Clerkenwell Design Week raises its game and serves the design and architectural industry with an infinite supply of thought-provoking designs and ideas. At the Boss showroom the three day celebration of design, creativity, commerce (and Deploy ping pong) centred around "Wellness in the Workplace" and has been our most successful to date. Relationships have been sealed, business is thriving and we’re still beaming and buzzing from the excitement of it all.
The showroom was packed with new product and from the minute the doors opened on the 19th the atmosphere was electric. Coza, our dynamically progressive new task chair, was launched to rave reviews with its unique single ribbon form sparking industry conversations, praise and admiration.
We welcomed the renowned German furniture designer, Martin Ballendat, to the showroom to share his creative journey with Coza from design through to concept. His ‘Martin Ballendat: the Story of Coza’ presentation attracted a tremendous amount of interest from everyone in the audience which included architects and designers from the most esteemed practices.
Adding to the already electrifying atmosphere was Unifi's unveiling of Qube, a brand new office pod design that facillitates both solo and collaborative working. Our very own Claire Williams, Product Specialist for Unifi, presented "Wellness At Work, How A Pod Can Make You Happy" providing a humorous yet informative insight into the phenomenom that is office pod culture.
Lyndon Design also created waves debuting its new additions to the revamped Agent collection. The seat and bar stool range now features a complete set of table sizes and heights along with an upholstered bench seat, demonstrating that the fine-line between hospitality and corporate sectors can be achieved with class.
Jack Butterworth from Nottingham Trent University was the winner of our 2015 Student Competition with the ‘Flip’ collection. Andy McBain, Head of Workplace Design from the Royal Bank of Scotland, Helen Parton, Editor of On-Office magazine, Mick Jordan, Editor of On-Office Magazine and Tim Jennings, Director of TTSP, came along to judge the entries. Congratulations go to Jack along with our best wishes for his future in the industry.
The media coverage and positive feedback we’ve received has been fantastic. New friendships and associations have been formed and great memories have been engraved in Boss history forever. We’d like to thank the organisers of CDW for their considerable efforts and say that we’re already looking forward to 2016.
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