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Boss Design’s ATOM furniture collection makes every space matter
2017’s Salone del Mobile hosted Boss Design’s preview of the new ATOM furniture collection - an extensive new concept designed by the award winning furniture designer Simon Pengelly.
ATOM enables the landscape of the workplace to be brought together with one unifying family of products. Unique in its adaptability, ATOM has been designed to respond to the way we interact with our working environments. Versatile and elegant - ATOM makes every space matter.
Organic, sculptural and intuitive - ATOM facilitates flexible working practices across modern businesses, allowing workplace designers to create a broad array of habitats from collaborative space for us to interact and exchange ideas, through to environments that support our individual focussed work.
The accompanying ATOM table system is logical and elegant in its simplicity - designed to work seamlessly with all elements of the ATOM upholstery collection. The versatile structure and refined aesthetic allows it to successfully fulfil the complete spectrum of requirements, from café and refectory tables to individual desks, workbenches, boardrooms and meeting tables.
Design Director at Boss Design, Mark Barrell, comments: “ATOM has been developed as a single seamless concept to deliver a holistic aesthetic, rather than being a collection of individual pieces defined by their modularity.”
Mark adds: “Change is perpetual within dynamic working environments and so flexible inclusive settings are essential in maximising employee effectiveness and wellbeing.”
Beautifully detailed to intuitively combine a wide range of materials, the ATOM family can be tailored to suit any environment and is supported by a product configurator that accommodates thousands of fabric and finish options.
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