Boss Design’s newest offering: Layla Landscape is a lounge system designed to offer the ultimate in flexible seating – no matter what the occasion
October 12th, 2012
Layla’s clever design offers not only stunning good looks but also a practical solution to even the most difficult configuration requirements.
At its core the Layla Landscape offers a range of seating units available with or without arm and backrests that can easily be arranged into a multitude of configurations.
Cleverly concealed magnets allow the units to be easily and neatly locked in place, offering a reconfigurable seating landscape; suitable for any interior.
Adding to Layla’s appeal is a sculptural polished aluminum leg, which adds an elegant finishing touch to the range.
Layla Landscape is offered in an array of options from 4 seat sofas to single chairs and armchairs. A variety of components afford the versatility enjoyed with modular seating systems.
Layla is just one of a wide range of Boss Design products which are manufactured and distributed in Australia.
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