Modular, elegant lounge systems.
April 2nd, 2013
Layla Landscape is the new lounge system by Boss Design. Attractive and endlessly modular, it’s manufactured and distributed in Australia exclusively by Chairbiz.
Formal and expansive, its good looks are finished elegantly with a set of sculptural polished aluminium legs.
The key cleverness of Layla Landscape is that its stunning good looks are matched by its modularity, which provides a practical solution to the most difficult configuration requirements.
Layla Landscape is available in a range of seating units, with or without armrests and backrests. These can be arranged into a multitude of configurations thanks to cleverly concealed magnets, which allow the units to be easily locked into place.
The modules available are: 4 seat sofa, 3 seat sofa, 2 seat sofa, single armchair, 1 seat unit no arms, 2 seat unit no arms, 1 seat unit with right or left arm, 1 seat corner unit, 1 seat unit no arms no back, and 2 seat unit no arms no back.
These form a reconfigurable seating landscape suitable for any interior.
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