A minimalist approach adding maximum value to any office space
In every industry and in every walk of life, there are those who lead and those who follow. There are those who push to break new ground, challenge the norm, and change the world for the better, and then there are those who quite content to simply sit back and settle for the status quo.
For Boss Design founder Brian Murray, settling for anything was never an option.
Despite leaving school with just a single O-Level, Murray hustled his way into an accounting role at a furniture manufacturing company and eventually found himself with the title Head of Finance. When that company fell on hard times, he took a gamble.
Risking it all on a £20,000 loan from the bank, Murray designed his first chair and found a British furniture manufacturer that was prepared to make it for him.
From that point on, Boss Design came to life and was an instant success.
The gamble pays off
It was the early 1980s, and everyone from the BBC to the Hippodrome in Leicester Square were snapping up the company’s maiden product, a simple chair known as The Delphi.
Thirty years later, having bought out both Lyndon and Komac along the way, the Boss Designs Group continues to lead the way in furniture design innovation.
The Delphi may have been put to rest, but in its place came a catalogue of simple-yet-stylish products which give a subtle nod to the aesthetic trends of the era in which the company was formed whilst ensuring that every product looks right at home in even the most ultra-modern of work environments.